SATURDAY 17 NOVEMBER 2018 – Hillside

Rail: True Entire Circuit

OUR CROWN MISTRESS (Race 10, 5:55pm, 1500 metres, No. 2, jockey Mark Zahra, 58kg)
Our Crown Mistress (Star Witness/Barangaroo) four-year old grey mare. The mare has come through her terrific last start in very good order and she is primed for a big run in this race. Although she is up in the weights, there looks to be very little speed on and she has drawn well in barrier 6. She rates the one to beat and is very capable of winning this race. Winning chance.

AEECEE TONG DE (Race 10, 5:55pm, 1500 metres, No. 2, jockey Brett Prebble, 55kg)
Aeecee Tong De (Pierro/Brandish) four-year old brown or black mare. The mare has taken no ill effects from the very heavy conditions on Melbourne Cup day. She is getting a much firmer track on Saturday, the step back in trip will pose no issue for the mare and we are expecting her to return to form come race day and put in a big showing. Each way chance.

SATURDAY 17 NOVEMBER 2018 – Rosehill

Rail: +6m Entire

CHESS STAR (Race 1, 12:45pm, 1100 metres, No. 1, jockey Adam Hyeronimus, 59kg)
Chess Star (Fighting Sun/Social Glow) three-year old chestnut colt. The colt is ready to rock 'n' roll on Saturday after two solid trials this preparation. He is a very classy colt, a Stakes winner from just three career starts and he'll prove competitive in this field but expect him only to improve with the run under his belt as he prepares for bigger and better targets this campaign. Winning chance.

HUSSTERICAL (Race 8, 5:00pm, 1200 metres, No. 1, jockey Adam Hyeronimus, 60kg)
Hussterical (Beneteau/Hussterics) five-year old bay mare. The mare has come through her first up run in very good order and she gets back to the same track and trip against her own sex. She is fitter and sharper heading into the run and although she has received top weight and will improve over further, she has the class to prove very competitive in this field. Each way chance.

READY TO PROPHET (Race 8, 5:00pm, 1200 metres, No. 12, jockey Rachel King, 54kg)
Ready To Prophet (Smart Missile/Ready To Live) three-year old brown filly. The filly has been training very well and she is against her own sex on Saturday. As Rachel said after her most recent trial, she is a much stronger filly this preparation, she gets a firmer track than she did on debut over the 1250 metres so we don't feel the distance will pose and issue and we are very much looking forward to seeing her start. Each way chance.

SATURDAY 17 NOVEMBER 2018 – Kembla

Rail: +6m 1100m to WP, +4m Remainder

POINT OF HONOUR (Race 8, 5:24pm, 1500 metres, No. 1, jockey Tegan Harrison, 59kg)
Point Of Honour (Dalakhani/Duel At Daybreak) four-year old grey-chestnut gelding. Point Of Honour is ready to debut on Saturday. The gelding was much improved in his most recent trial and the 1500 metres first up will suit him nicely. He has top weight and a very wide barrier to contend with, but he is fit and ready to put his best foot forward in this spot. Each way chance.