Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Racing


Rail: True

DOMINANT LADY (Race 1, 1.15pm, 1100m, No.6, jockey Rachel King, 56kg)

Dominant Lady (I Am Invincible/Sensible Lady) two-year-old filly. Dominant Lady showed early speed before finishing fifth on debut and she is will definitely improve with that run under her belt. She has drawn the ideal barrier in 1 and stretching out to 1000 metres is only going to be to her advantage. We are confident she will build upon the promise shown first up and we can’t wait to see how she gets on.  Winning chance.

TAIKOMOCHI (Race 3, 3.10pm, 1600m, No.6, jockey Tim Clark, 58kg)

Taikomochi (Snitzel/Geisha) six-year-old gelding. Taikomochi was placed in the Ladies Day Cup at Hawkesbury when resuming two back and he showed up prominently in the Gong for a long way last week. He's ready to win and whilst he’s on a 7-day backup, it is worth noting that he was a Rosehill winner at the same stage of his preparation last time in. He’s drawn the ideal barrier in 1 and the step up to 2000 metres is going to suit him. Winning chance.


Saturday 30th NOVEMBER – KEMBLA

Rail: True

DREAMING FOR MORE (Race 3, 2.09pm, 1200m, No.1, jockey Winona Costin, 59kg)

Dreaming For More (Dream Ahead/More Than Royal) four-year-old mare. Dreaming For More has placed on both her starts this preparation and this looks like her chance to get her head in front. She has drawn the ideal barrier in 2 and this should enable her to jump out and race prominently and she can make her own luck from the front. We are confident of a big run. Winning chance.


MUNGARA (Race 3, 2.09pm, 1200m, No.8, jockey Travis Wolfgram, 55.5kg)

Mungara (Real Saga/Gentle Spirit) three-year-old filly. Mungara faded to finish sixth on her first-up run this preparation, however that was at Rosehill and she takes a step back in grade tomorrow. This race looks more realistic for her based on that performance and she should be able to travel more comfortably, leaving her with somewhere to go when asked to kick for the win. We look forward to seeing her run a big race. Each way chance.



Rail: True

NARVAEZ (Race 1, 12.55pm, 1000m, No.4, jockey Brad Rawiller, 57kg)

Narvaez (Vancouver/Headway) two-year-old colt. Narvaez has pleased us enormously in the run up to his first run tomorrow. He has been working very strongly and his riders could not be happier with him. This is still his first run, so whatever happens he will learn an awful lot and improve for the experience. Nonetheless, he’s fit, wise and ready to do himself justice tomorrow. He’s drawn the ideal barrier in 2 which should allow him to jump out and race prominently before kicking for the win. We are very confident of a big run. Winning chance.