Georgian Bay looks a solid option in this line up, and has found himself very well handicapped.
His recent second-place reads well, stepping back up in trip and with the champion jockey on top.
California Lad is very consistent around here and went close for this pilot in his last race, just failing by three-quarters-of-a-length to Touch Of Gold.
He’s finding himself well treated and, more importantly, over this distance he’s drawn perfect.
Stranagone sets the standard on official ratings, and comes from a respected outfit.
Let’s hope our jockey hasn’t forgotten his speedometer today, as he had a shocker last time going far too quick early on. A more patient approach can see her break her duck.
Ahlan Bil Zain was unlucky not to get back-to-back victories, suffering a desperate run through traffic here last time.
Going back up a furlong is just the answer, and a rating of 69 is not this lad’s ceiling.
Aubineau won here two back in good fashion ahead of Gunmaker, and wasn’t beaten by miles last time. So it’s a surprise the handicapper has dropped her 2lbs for that.
The race should set up perfect as it’s loaded with speed and will hopefully give the selection a box-seat runaround right in behind the pace.
Volte is related to a host of fairly highly rated runners, and finds herself starting out handicapping on a realistic mark of only 55.
Slowly away and nudged along the last twice suggested she’s going to be a player with those experiences under her belt.