Rail: Out 3m Entire Circuit

BROADSIDE (Race 6, 2.25pm, 2000m, No. 4, Jockey Josh Parr, 57kg).
Broadside (Raise The Flag x Anam Cara) five-year-old gelding. Broadside is itching to get over a trip this preparation and Saturday's race will suit him down the ground. He's in terrific order, he looks very healthy and well in his coat and we can't fault his work on the track leading into the run. We are looking forward to seeing him get back to the races on Saturday and are confident he will put in a big run. Strong each way chance.

CHLOE'S COMET (Race 9, 4.25pm, 1400m, No.15, Jockey Deanne Panya, 54.5kg (a2/50kg)).
Chloe's Comet (Northern Meteor x Chloe) four-year-old filly. Chloe's Comet is in a good frame of mind, she's enjoying her training since returning to Randwick and tomorrow she has a feather like weight of 52.5kg with Deanne's claim. The mare is rock hard fit, she has every opportunity to put in a big run in Saturday and she will show good improvement. Strong each way chance.

Rail: Out 7.5m Entire Circuit

EXCEED THE NIGHT (Race 2, 12.15pm, 900m, No. 6, Jockey Rachel King, 55kg (a1.5/50kg)).
Exceed The Night (Exceed And Excel x Girls Night Out) two-year-old filly. We are looking forward to Exceed The Night debuting on Saturday. She's had the one solid trial, her work on the track has been very sharp since so why not use this opportunity to earn some prize money racing over a trial like distance. She rates well on paper and she will put in a big run. Winning chance.

VARESE (Race 5, 2.05pm, 1200m, No. 11, Jockey Rachel King, 56kg (a1.5/50kg)).
Varese (So You Think x Purespeed) three-year-old filly. We can't fault Varese heading into her debut. Her work on the track of late has been faultless, her two trials this preparation have her raring to get on with it and she will put in a big run on Saturday with further improvement to come with the added experience under her belt. Winning chance.

TOUGH AS TEAK (Race 7, 3.25pm, No. 3, Jockey Keagan Latham, 58kg).
Tough As Teak (Not A Single Doubt x Woodie) four-year-old filly. The mare has trained on nicely since her excellent first up effort at Wagga Wagga. She will again put in a big run on Saturday, hopefully putting her back in the Winner's Circle. Strong winning chance.

FLAME OF LOVE (Race 7, 3.25pm, No. 4, Jockey Rachel King, 56kg (a1.5/50kg)).
Flame Of Love (Smart Missile x Burningwood) three-year-old filly. Flame Of Love is in exceptionally good order. She is racing so consistently this preparation and is itching to add another win to the board. She will again be right there in the finish on Saturday. Winning chance.


Rail: +4m Entire Circuit. Sectional 605m

ALMALITA (Race 4, 2.25pm, 2500m, No. 11, Jockey Stephen Baster, 56kg).
Almalita (Al Maher x Espalita) four-year-old filly. Almalita can stay all day, her work of late been very strong and consistent and Saturday's race gives her a nice chance of picking up some Black Type as she gets to the end of her three-year-old campaign. Steve Baster will partner her well and she will run well. Solid each way chance.

SORT AFTER (Race 5, 3.05pm, 2019, No. 2, Jockey Stephen Baster, 55.5kg).
Sort After (Wanted x Patronyme) four-year-old filly. Sort After is in exceptionally good order and she's come through her last start well. She's been enjoying plenty of beach work of late, incorporated with her work on the track and the change of scenery has done her the world of good. She's bouncing out of her skin, she's raring to go on Saturday and she looks the one to beat on paper. Strong winning chance.