Race 2 - 2:00PM D'ORSOGNA ITALIAN DAY - 20 MAY HANDICAP (1000 METRES) – FULL FIELD
TABtouch opening price: $10
Kaapander was expertly ridden to win last start when first up.
The son of McFlirt had the dream run along the rail and behind the leader, which was eventual runner-up Bells Tower.
The five-year-old chestnut showed something we haven’t seen from him in a very long time – toughness.
A slight step up in grade won’t be an issue and he should get a similar run to last start.
Watch the gritty first up win (purple and pink silks):
Race 3 - 2:30PM JAMES BOAG'S PREMIUM HANDICAP (1100 METRES) – FULL FIELD
9. KING OF CHAOS
TABtouch opening price: $34
Admittedly, King Of Chaos does not have the class of his rivals but the opening price from TABtouch is wrong.
The son of Saxon found a bit of trouble last start when tardy away behind Floyd and Delaney.
He travelled well along the rail but found a brick wall in the straight and had to switch around five sets of heels to get clear.
Once he did, the three-year-old wanted to lay in when hit with the whip on his right shoulder.
In the end, he was only beaten 1¾ lengths by a Floyd, a galloper which is held in high regard.
Senior rider Jason Whiting takes over which adds to his each-way claims.
Watch the luckless effort here (green and purple silks with white sleeves):
Race 6 - 4:10PM HEINEKEN 3 HANDICAP (1200 METRES) – FULL FIELD
TABtouch opening price: $17
Travellin’ did himself no favours last start when missing the jump.
That was first up, he comes into this second up where his record reads four starts for three wins.
The gelding is likely to lead and take luck out of the equation but he has won from just off the speed before.
Tayla Stone takes off 3kg and she is renowned for rating front-runners well.
Here is the last time he was second up, also over 1200m (blue and yellow quarters):
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