SATURDAY 21 APRIL 2018 - Randwick

Rail: +6m 1600m -W/P, +4m Remainder

JOYFILLY OURS (Race 5, 2.20pm, 1400m, No. 8, jockey Michael Walker, 54kg)
Joyfilly Ours (Highly Recommended/When The Cats Away) three-year-old filly. She is up against her own age and sex, the 1400 metres first up will suit but expect improvement to come with the added fitness on her side and once she gets up over further this time in. Each-way chance.

ARBEITSAM (Race 8, 4.15pm, 2000pm, No. 1, jockey Adam Hyeronimus, 58kg)
Arbeitsam (Snitzel/Workhard) four-year-old gelding. Arbeitsam is thriving at present. His work this week has been nothing short of sensational, he looks a picture heading into Saturday's assignment and he will prove very hard to beat. Excellent winning chance.

SAVAPINSKI (Race 9, 4.55pm, 1400m, No. 4, jockey Tim Clark, 59kg)
Savapinksi (Savabeel/Swarovski) four-year-old mare. She has really thrived in her work, especially over the last 10 days. The distance is far short of her best, but it is a nice starting point for her and we are expecting her to prove very competitive with further improvement to come. Strong each-way chance.

SATURDAY 21 APRIL 2018 - Caulfield

Rail: True Entire Circuit
 
MY TRUE LOVE (Race 1, 12.15pm, 1400m, No. 3, Steve Baster, 58kg)
My True Love (Fastnet Rock/Lectrice) four-year-old mare. My True Love is rock, hard fit heading into Saturday's assignment. She rates very well on paper, there looks to be very little speed on and she has good, winning form over the 1400 metres. Winning chance.

SATURDAY 21 APRIL 2018 - Morphetville

Rail: +11m 1200m to WP, +7m Remainder. Sectional 615m

PANDEMONIUM (Race 7, 4.16pm, 1800m, No. 5, apprentice Rachel King, 54kg)
Pandemonium (Sebring/Tapanappa) three-year-old filly. Pandemonium was terrific last start, she rates well on paper heading into Saturday and the step up to the 1800 metres will certainly suit. There looks to be no speed on in the race and we are expecting her to be right there in the finish. Strong each-way chance.

SATURDAY 21 APRIL 2018 - Kembla Grange

Rail: +5m Entire

CUBAN SIZZLE (Race 5, 2.39pm, 1500m, No. 4, apprentice Rachel Hunt, 58kg)
Cuban Sizzle (Teofilo/Tschizzl) three-year-old filly. Cuban Sizzle showed good improvement last start over the 1200 metres but the filly is just looking for further at this stage of her preparation and she gets that on Saturday. She drops back in grade, she rates well on paper and we are again expecting her to improve. Each-way chance.

PENSKE (Race 6, 3.19pm, 1600m, No. 4, jockey Blake Spriggs, 59.5kg)
Penske (Sebring/Princess Natrual) four-year-old gelding. Penske was very convincing last start winning in good style. The gelding has not taken a step backwards since, his work of late has been spot on and he again looks the one to beat. Strong winning chance.

HOTEL AMOUR (Race 8, 4.39pm, 2000m, No. 2, jockey Jeff Penza, 57.5kg)
Hotel Amour (Americain/Paris Tryst) three-year-old gelding. Hotel Amour has been crying out for this trip on Saturday and he has pleased in his work of late. He has drawn wide but there doesn't seem to be too much speed on and we are expecting him to be strong late. Each-way chance.

TRIPLICATE (Race 8, 4.39pm, 2000m, No. 5, jockey Blake Spriggs, 57.5kg)
Triplicate (Redoute's Choice/Tripled) three-year-old gelding. Triplicate was hugely improved last start over the mile and he will again improve stepping up to the 2000 metres on Saturday. He rates well on paper and it looks a winnable affair. Strong each-way chance.

SUNDAY 22 APRIL 2018 - Goulburn

Rail: +3m 1000m -350m Where Cutaway Applies, True Remainder

STAR OF NEW YORK (Race 1, 1.20pm ,1300m, No. 5, jockey Nicolas Barzalona, 58.5kg)
Star Of New York (Manhattan Rain/Charlety Star) three-year-old gelding. Star Of New York has trialled between starts and is certainly fitter heading into Sunday's assignment. He will appreciate getting over further but he'll certainly see out a strong 1300 metres. Each-way chance.

MONDAY 23 APRIL 2018 - Echuca

Rail: True Entire Circuit

MAJOR WAGER (Race 1, 1.30pm, 1100m, No. 4, jockey Steve Baster, 54kg)
Major Wager (Exceed And Excel/Grenada Road) two-year-old filly. Major Wager has done a treat since her debut performance and the slight step up in trip will suit. It looks a very winnable race and although she has drawn wide there is no speed on. She looks the one to beat. Solid winning chance.