FRIDAY 26 MAY 2017 - Cranbourne

Rail: Out 7m Entire Circuit

MANHATTAN VIXEN (Race 8, 9.30pm, No. 16e, jockey Stephen Baster, 55.5kg).
Manhattan Vixen (Manhattan Rain/Vivid Vixen) three-year-old filly. It is looking unlikely that the filly will get a run, but in the instance that she does, she is in terrific order, she's had a jumpout at Flemington between runs to keep her fresh and feeling well heading into the run and she rates well on paper. Each way chance.

SATURDAY 27 MAY 2017 - Royal Randwick

Rail: True

LORD MACAU (Race 3, 12.25pm, 2000m, No. 7, jockey Josh Parr, 55.5kg).
Lord Macau (Casino Prince/Sweet Cheeks) three-year-old gelding. Lord Macau has not put a foot wrong since returning to Sydney. He's a very happy and healthy horse at present, he looks a picture and based on his recent performance, he will appreciate the 2000 metres on Saturday. Strong each way chance.

'SUPPLY AND DEMAND (Race 4, 1.05pm, 1600m, No. 6, jockey Josh Parr, 56kg).
Supply And Demand (Sebring/Demanding) four-year-old gelding. Supply And Demand has come through his last start in tremendous order. His work on the track has been faultless of late and he looks a picture of health heading into Saturday. The gelding is itching for a win this preparation and this looks a most winnable race. Excellent winning chance.

MY TRUE LOVE (Race 4, 1.45pm, 1400m, No. 4, jockey Tim Clark, 60kg).
My True Love (Fastnet Rock/Lectrice) three-year-old filly. My True Love was terrific last start over an unsuitable trip. She has come on since the run, she looks the one to beat on paper and we are hoping she can get back in the Winner's Circle on Saturday. Excellent winning chance.

BROADSIDE (Race 7, 3.00pm, No. 6, jockey Tim Clark, 53kg).
Broadside (Raise The Flag/Anam Cara) five-year-old gelding. Broadside was very dominant last start. He had the race in the bag at the top of the straight and Josh couldn't have been more glowing in his report. The gelding is holding his condition very well and he will again prove very competitive as he steps up in class on Saturday. Winning chance.

MULTITUDE (Race 7, 3.00pm, No. 10, apprentice James Innes Jnr (a), 53kg).
Multitude (Lonhro/My Lady's Chamber) four-year-old gelding. Multitude is in his career best form. He has trialled between runs and he is most deserving of his place in the race on Saturday as he steps up in class. He looks terrific heading into the run and we are looking forward to him taking his place in his first Stakes race. Each way chance.

SATURDAY 26 MAY 2017 - Eagle Farm

Rail: True Entire Course.

MISS DEBUTANTE (Race 6, 3.15pm, 1300m, No. 15, jockey Tommy Berry, 54.5kg).
Miss Debutante (Fastnet Rock/More Than Real) three-year-old filly. Miss Debutante will be suited to the 1300 metres against her own sex on Saturday. She rates very well on paper and with a feather like weight of 54.5kg, she'll again prove tough to beat. Good winning chance.

SATURDAY 26 MAY 2017 - Newcastle

Rail: True

ANGEL'S BOY (Race 3, 12.50pm, 1300m, No. 1, apprentice Rachel King, 57kg).
Angel's Boy (Snitzel/Angel Hair) two-year-old colt. The colt has trained on beautifully since his debut run at Canterbury last start. His work on the track of late has been very strong and consistent and he looks the one to beat on Saturday. He will again prove very competitive and we hope he can break his maiden. Strong winning chance.

ECHO MELODY (Race 5, 2.09pm, 1200m, No. 2, jockey Keagan Latham, 58.5kg).
Echo Melody (More Than Ready/Lovemelikearock) four-year-old mare. Echo Melody is raring to get to the track on Saturday after three solid trials this preparation and the 1200 metres should suit her nicely first up. She still has a bit to learn but whatever she does on Saturday she will only improve on with the added fitness and experience under her belt and once she gets over further this preparation. Each way chance.

ABATHA (Race 5, 2.09pm, 1200m, No. 4, apprentice Rachel King, 58kg).
Abatha (Redoute's Choice/Princess Coup) four-year-old mare. After her two solid trials this preparation and a bit of time between hit outs, Abatha is fit and ready to go. The mare will appreciate a trip first up and she will be right there in the finish on Saturday. Winning chance.