WEDNESDAY 14 MARCH 2018 - Warwick Farm

Rail: True Entire Circuit

DINNIGAN (Race 2, 2.10pm, 1200m, No. 2, jockey Tim Clark, 56kg)
Dinnigan (Snitzel/Fashion Rocks) three-year-old filly. We are hugely confident that Dinnigan can finally break her long awaited maiden on Wednesday. She could not be in better order and it looks like a very winnable race in a small field of 7 fillies with set weights. Strong winning chance.

YELLOW FURZE (Race 3, 2.45pm, 1000m, No. 8, apprentice Rachel King, 58kg)
Yellow Furze (The Factor/Come Fly With Me) two-year-old filly. Yellow Furze was terrific in her only trial this preparation and she looks set to run a nice race on Wednesday over the 1000 metres. She has shown very good improvement since her trial, there doesn't look to be much pace on in the race and Rachel knows the filly well. Strong each-way chance.

DORTMUND (Race 7, 5.05pm, 1200m, No. 10, apprentice Zac Spain, 55.5kg)
Dortmund (Sntizel/Single Rose) four-year-old gelding. Dortmund looks set to run a nice race first up on Wednesday having had the ultimate gear change this preparation. The 1200 metres will suit and he has minimum weight with Zac claiming 2 kilos. Each-way chance.

GRAND FINALIST (Race 7, 5.05pm, 1200m, No. 12, jockey Corey Brown, 54.5kg)
Grand Finalist (Wanted/National Anthem) four-year-old gelding. He's always shown nice ability this gelding, he has the Cups winning jockey on board and he's drawn well in barrier 1 with very little weight on his back. It's a nice starting point for him over the 1200 metres but expect improvement to come. Each-way chance.

WEDNESDAY 14 MARCH 2018 - Sandown

Rail: True Entire Circuit

RUNAWAY (Race 5, 5.15pm, 1600m, No. 4, jockey Stephen Baster, 58kg)
Runaway (Manhattan Rain/Catshaan) three-year-old rig. Runaway was luckless at Moone Valley first up last start. The track at Sandown will be much more to his liking, he is right up in trip and is certainly fitter for his first up performance. Winning chance.

SCHOLARLY (Race 6, 5.50pm, 1600m, No. 8, jockey Stephen Baster, 58kg)
Scholarly (High Chaparral/Keep Thinking) four-year-old gelding. He is fit enough to get over a trip first up but expect improvement to come with the added fitness on his side and with a few runs under his belt this time in. He will see out further than the mile but it is a nice starting point for him and he'll prove competitive. Winning chance.