Expected weather: Sunny 22 degrees Celsius
Expected track rating: Good 4
Rail position: 14 metres 400m to winning post; 16m remainder
Race 1 1:14 Get The TABtouch Maiden (1,000 metres) – Bet with TABtouch
1. DENIM PACK returns from his 157-day spell having led all the way to win a Lark Hill barrier trial 16 days ago. He shapes as the likely leader based on his trial performance having drawn the inside gate for his seasonal reappearance.
2. DYNAMITE JACK wears the Black Heart Bart colours. He is back without a barrier trial 141 days after finishing fifth of 12 over 1,200m at Pinjarra Park. Jumping from the outside gate does not do him any favours.
3. TOTAL DISC debuts following three Belmont Park barrier trials - two in April and one nine days ago. His siblings have only ever won on wet tracks so Lisa Staples may have to wait for her first metropolitan winner this season.
4. EXCELLENT JERRY drops back to 1,000m after racing over 1,200m on each of her last four starts. Jessica Gray takes over from William Pike - she made her competitive debut in Carnarvon last month and almost kicked off with a win.
5. RUNS TO PARADISE has produced her best speed figures on rain-affected surfaces, filling minor places in back-to-back Pinjarra Park races on soft ground. She finished seventh of 11 over 1,100m at Northam on a good track 13 days ago.
6. MAGGIE'S COMMAND won a Belmont Park barrier trial nine days ago in her first engagement since joining Tracey Diederich. Tracey removes the blinkers from her last start in which she finished last over 1,400m at Ascot Racecourse in March.
7. ORADALE'S IMAGE had won a Belmont Park barrier trial leading into his debut but he blew like a gale in the market and ran accordingly, finishing eighth of 10 over 1,100m at Northam 13 days ago. Punters must take him on trust.
8. FROSTY BAY may be a wet tracker because her best speed ratings have been posted on rain-affected surfaces but this is not the deepest of races, she maps well from her inside gate and Randy Tan reduces her impost to 52 kilograms.
9. IZ THAT RIGHT is yet to place in her six starts, most recently finishing fifth of 10 over 1,100m at Northam. She has chased home some nice types in Money Maher, Debellatio and Lucy Mae but her speed figures are nowhere near their standard.
10. ROUTE EIGHTY EIGHT had two short Belmont Park barrier trials prior to her debut in which she finished third of 10 over 1,100m at Northam. She is highly likely to improve second up and feature in the finish under Lucy Warwick.
11. NOTHING IN BETWEEN debuts after being well beaten in each of her two Belmont Park barrier trials, the latest of which took place nine days ago. None of her siblings have raced so she is difficult on which to get a gauge first up.
Race 2 1:49 Hahn Superdry Handicap (1,650 metres) – Bet with TABtouch
1. MIRACLE MAN made it two wins from three starts when prevailing over 1,650m at Belmont Park two weeks ago. The first half of that race was run at a snail's pace but this event maps similarly and he did sprint better than his rivals last time out.
2. HE'S A PARKER went down narrowly to Miracle Man over 1,650m at Belmont Park two weeks ago. He meets Miracle Man 2.5 kilograms worse at the weights in their rematch because Clint Johnston-Porter switches from one to the other.
3. HEART OF COEUR has been scratched.
4. PIERONOVA failed to make ground behind Debellatio over 1,400m at Belmont Park 11 days ago in what was a slowly run affair. He may lack the turn of foot required to win what shapes as being another race run below par tempo.
5. ROCK OR BUST stunned punters at Ascot Racecourse in February but that race took place over 1,200m on a wet track. She was OK behind Miracle Man and He's A Parker over 1,650m at Belmont Park two weeks ago but nothing more than that.
6. BLUE HORSE gets a four-kilogram weight swing on Pieronova from their clash over 1,400m 11 days ago. That race did not rate highly, though, and Pieronova does not shape as the galloper to beat in this contest over 1,650m, either.
7. NORTH COL races in blinkers for the first time six days after finishing seventh of 11 over 1,300m at Northam. The gear change looks like Fred Kersley's last throw of the dice with him but he may lead under the trainer's grandson, Fred Junior.
8. HONGLONG is not weighted to turn the tables on North Col from their meeting over 1,300m at Northam six days ago. She has done her best work over 1,200m but none of her speed ratings, particularly in the latter stages, is attractive.
Race 3 2:24 Amelia Park Beef Maiden (1,650 metres) – Bet with TABtouch
1. OUR MAORI BOY benefitted from the services of Jarrad Noske last time out, the senior jockey replacing Kate Witten and partnering his mount to third of 14 over 1,650m at Belmont Park. Expect him to produce a similar run under Jarrad again.
2. COSTA OESTE translates as West Coast, which is where he is plying his trade. He finished second of 14 over 1,650m at Belmont Park one week ago when he defeated Our Maori Boy by a slender margin on the same weight terms.
3. MASKED VIRTUE comes out of the same 1,650m Belmont Park race one week ago as Our Maori Boy and Costa Oeste. He rates behind his stablemate, Our Maori Boy, on both that clash and, also, when they recorded their best speed ratings.
4. BREAK THE CHAIN had had a 1,450m Lark Hill barrier trial since finishing 11th of 13 over 1,200m at Belmont Park 39 days ago. A son of Blackfriars which ran over 1,800m in his first preparation, he is likely to appreciate stepping up in trip.
5. QUICK REFLECTS is a son of So You Think which has disappointed in not only Western Australia but also New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. He finished sixth of nine over 1,300m at Belmont Park two weeks ago.
6. ALL DIAMONDS returns after his 62-day freshen up. His most recent effort saw him finish 10th of 12 over 2,000m at Pinjarra Park and, on his exposed form, he appears out of his grade in this race as he makes his metropolitan bow.
7. NO PLACE TO HIDE finished sixth of 14 over 1,400m at Belmont Park 18 days ago. She posted her best speed figure over 1,300m and, furthermore, the data suggests she may be much better suited to a wet track than a dry one.
8. DANISH GEM ran on OK to finish third of 14 over 1,600m at Northam 13 days ago. According to the clock, she has registered her peak performance on a soft surface, though, and she was well beaten on her only previous city appearance.
9. FAIR FOOT finished fourth of 14 over 1,600m at Northam 13 days ago. She has close closer to breaking her maiden on wet tracks than dry ones so, like some of her aforementioned rivals, she is opposable given the forecast weather conditions.
10. COUNTRY FOX finished fifth of 14 over 1,600m at Northam 13 days ago. Never in her 13 starts has she been among the fastest finishers and her lack of speed at the business end of races has to be a concern to her supporters.
11. SASTA almost doubled in price during betting ahead of the Northam race over 1,300m 13 days ago in which she finished fifth of 12. An outside gate for her first run in the metropolitan area does not make her an attractive betting proposition.
12. MISS HUNGARY debuts as a five-year-old mare following three barrier trials - one at Lark Hill in June and two at Belmont Park in August - over inadequate trips. She may lead in blinkers and her half brother, Here To There, was pretty handy.
13. SHARM EL SHEIKH has finished last in each of his three barrier trials - one at Bunbury in February and two at Lark Hill since late July - ahead of his debut. He is a full brother of Juicing Carrots, behind which he finished in his most recent trial.
14. WITCHERY WOMAN is a full sister of many familiar gallopers, most notably The Forgotten One. She finished eighth of 11 over 1,400m at Pinjarra Park 20 days ago. She should improve getting out to 1,650m but she needs to improve a lot.
15. CELTIC RULE is the first emergency which, if it gets a run, will jump from the outside gate. She finished seventh of 12 over 1,300m at Northam 13 days ago and her speed ratings in her four Northam starts are not up to this level.
Race 4 2:59 Peacock Bros Handicap (1,200 metres) – Bet with TABtouch
1. YEAH DARDY won a Belmont Park barrier trial nine days ago ahead of his first race since June. He posted a first-up success in February but that race was over 1,000m at Ascot Racecourse and his best speed figures are at five furlongs.
2. AMALIEMOO is weighted to get closer to Bali King Prawn than when they faced off over 1,200m at Belmont Park two weeks ago. She has registered her best speed ratings over 1,400m, though, so the trip may not be her ideal one.
3. COOL KNIGHT is another galloper which may be better suited to 1,400m than 1,200m. Maddison Brown retains the ride after partnering the Team Williams-trained gelding in each of his last two races, both of which were over seven furlongs.
4. BALI KING PRAWN led all the way to win over 1,200m at Belmont Park two weeks ago. Leading from start to finish seems to be his thing so, while he rates quite well on the clock, the speed map is somewhat of a concern for him.
5. EXPRESS SNOOPER was sixth in the 2015 WA Guineas during his three-year-old season. He has had a Lark Hill barrier trial in preparation for his first race in 343 days and both of his career wins occurred over 1,200m, albeit at Pinjarra Park.
6. STAR VALUE made a triumphant debut over 1,200m at Ascot Racecourse in April and returns having won a Belmont Park barrier trial under Lee Newman nine days ago. He is Lee's first race ride since falling at Ascot Racecourse in April.
7. KEEPER'S TALE produced the first stinker of her seven-start career when ninth of 11 over 1,000m at Belmont Park four weeks ago. Previously she had beaten Bali King Prawn over 1,200m, she gets a slight gear change and a dry track.
8. DAWN MISSION finished third of 11 over 1,300m at Northam 13 days ago. She broke her maiden over the aforementioned course and distance in August and she was fifth of 11 over 1,000m at Belmont Park when debuting in May.
9. LAUFEY strikes a dry track for the first time in his short career after three races on soft surfaces of varying degrees. Jumping from the outside gate is a negative but dropping back to 1,200m from 1,400m is a positive based on her numbers.
Race 5 3:35 David Grays Aglink Handicap (1,400 metres) – Bet with TABtouch
1. LORENTINIO has gone close on each of his last two starts, losing out to Dark Prospect over 1,400m at Belmont Park three weeks ago and Sir Snugalot over 1,300m here last week. Reproduce either effort and he would be hard to beat.
2. RYAMAR profiles as a wet tracker which drops dramatically in distance after finishing seventh of 12 over 2,000m at Belmont Park three weeks ago. He broke his maiden over 1,300m at Northam in a moderately run race this time last year.
3. WOODMANS KEEP registered the fastest penultimate furlong over 1,650m at Belmont Park one week ago so reverting to 1,400m looks like a smart decision. Drawing yet another inside gate certainly does no harm to his chance.
4. PERSISTENCE TIME returns without a barrier trial 172 days after being well beaten in the Melvista Stakes over 2,200m at Ascot Racecourse. His Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic data from December constitutes decent 1,400m form.
5. WHAT DAT SONG broke his maiden over 1,300m at Northam 13 days ago, rattling home in the fastest 200m and 400m splits of that race. However, his speed ratings at Northam were very similar to those of his two city defeats.
6. MISS MEIKA posted the fastest final furlong in finishing fifth of 11 over 1,300m at Northam on her reappearance 13 days ago. All her best speed figures have occurred over a minimum of 1,800m so wait for her to get over more ground.
7. SEALED WITH A KISS finished sixth of 11 over 1,200m at Belmont Park four weeks ago. His profile is that of a wet tracker with her best-ever speed rating occurring over 1,000m at Belmont Park two starts ago on a heavy surface.
8. PLAIN VITAL returns from 119 days ago without a barrier trial. She finished third of 14 over 1,800m at Ascot Racecourse in May and, although her one and only win took place over 2,200m, she ran OK over 1,400 first up in December.
9. FOXY PRINCESS finished sixth of eight over 1,300m at Belmont Park two weeks ago. She made a winning debut over 1,100m at Bunbury in March before contesting the Karrakatta Place in which she was seventh behind Lucy Mae.
10. WAVEHILL SPUR is a veteran galloper which registered his best speed figure way back in June 2015. He finished third of 11 over 1,300m at Northam 13 days ago and broke his maiden over course and distance this time last year.
11. DEMI GO ROUND has won one of her 14 races and it was over 1,500m at York in a March maiden. She finished eighth of 11 over 1,300m at Northam 13 days ago and reunites with Lucy Warwick after Randy Tan rode her in the Avon.
12. UNIVERSAL SCENE posted a respectable overall speed figure in finishing sixth of 11 over 1,400m at Belmont Park two weeks ago but he tends to struggle at the business end of races and that explains why he has not won since July 2014.
Race 6 4:10 Yellowglen Handicap (1,000 metres) – Bet with TABtouch
1. THE ANAESTHETIST ran into backsides in the straight over 1,000m at Belmont Park two weeks ago. His late sectionals were good in what was a fast contest even though Jason Whiting had to restrain him due to the absence of racing room.
2. GUNS OF NAVARONE enjoyed a clearer run in transit than The Anaesthetist in finishing second of 11 over 1,000m at Belmont Park two weeks ago. He may not be able to beat The Anaesthetist again given the weight swing and other factors.
3. JUST A FLUKE goes like the clappers so his presence should ensure the race is run at a tempo well above the benchmark. His overall speed ratings are fine but he tends to tread water in the dying stages, making it difficult for him to win.
4. VITAL ASSET reappears six weeks after finishing sixth of eight over 1,000m at Belmont Park. He clashed with The Anaesthetist in that race and he is not weighted to turn the tables on the number one saddlecloth wearer.
5. CHICO BUBBLES has been scratched.
6. DIAMOND JOLSON broke her maiden over 1,300m at Northam two starts ago before finishing ninth of 11 over the same course and distance on the final day of August. The difference between his two speed figures was not massive, though.
7. RULING ANGEL has finished last in each of his two Belmont Park barrier trials ahead of his return from 285 days ago. Last time out he finished last of 10 over 1,300m at York and that form does not read well for this class of contest.
8. FATHER KNICK broke through on his second start 13 days ago, leading all the way to take out a Northam maiden over 1,100m. He is an interesting contender with scope for improvement but, as a son of Blackfriars, he may want farther.
9. PASHMINA has regressed since registering her best-ever speed rating when debuting over 1,000m at Ascot Racecourse in November. She broke her maiden over 930m at Narrogin in February but that race was a lot weaker than this one.
10. ROUND THE POINT tried to make all on debut over 1,100m at Northam 13 days but lost touch with the placegetters in the final furlong. He is a probable improver second up and he has the benefit of the inside gate this time.
11. BIJOUTIER has joined Joe Figliomeni from Bruce Kay since failing to beat a galloper in either of her two 1,300m Northam races since returning from 487 days off. She is impossible to fancy on the evidence of her recent performances.
12. CARESS YOUR SOUL won a Northam maiden over 1,000m before having a crack at Saturday class and finishing sixth of eight over five furlongs at Belmont Park 11 days ago. Her speed figures out of that Saturday race were not great.
Race 7 4:45 JJ Richards & Sons Handicap (1,300 metres) – Bet with TABtouch
1. NEW TIME has taken a liking to Tayla Stone, producing efforts near his best since teaming up with Perth's in-form apprentice. He meets General Husson 2.5 kilograms worse off than when winning over 1,400m at Belmont Park last time out.
2. BIG CAROLINE was scratched from Saturday to tackle this assignment. She finished seventh of 11 over 1,400m at Belmont Park 25 days ago and her most recent victory was over 1,200m on her home track of Bunbury in November.
3. BARZINHO has had a Belmont Park barrier trial ahead of his first race for 130 days. He finished his last campaign with an eighth of nine over 1,800m at Ascot Racecourse and he wants farther than 1,300m - probably around 1,500m.
4. GENERAL HUSSON meets New Time much better at the weights than when he finished second behind the old stager over 1,400m at Belmont Park two weeks ago. The sectionals of that race support Adam Durrant dropping him in trip.
5. SIR SNUGALOT is a gutsy on-speed galloper which made up for his narrow loss two starts back in winning over 1,300m at Belmont Park one week ago. He will tough it out from the front but 1,400m may be a bridge too far for him.
6. ANOTHER VISION is probably not quite going as well as she was a few starts ago but she is always a factor in these races. Fiona Bell jumps off to stick with Sir Snugalot so Jason Whiting jumps back aboard the six-time winning mare.
7. GOLD SHIMMER backs up one week after finishing seventh of eight over 1,200m at Belmont Park. His speed ratings are those of a 1,000m specialist, therefore it is hard to enthuse about him going up in trip rather than down.
8. COUNT TOMOZ OFF ran on strongly to take out a quickly run 1,000m race at Belmont Park two weeks ago. David Harrison is convinced he can improve over more ground but his speed figures suggest he is best suited to fast short sprints.
9. EXCELLENTLY resumes without a barrier trial 130 days after finishing last of nine over 1,800m at Ascot Racecourse. Fred Kersley kicked off his most recent preparation over 1,600m and he is yet to win a race below 1,400m.
10. MAGIC LAS VEGAS is back after 141 days off. He went around in a Belmont Park barrier trial nine days ago but his best speed rating occurred in winning over 2,100m at Ascot Racecourse in April and he is yet to win a race below 1,600m.
Race 8 5:25 The TABtouch Masters - 25 November - 2 December - 9 December Handicap (1,650 metres) – Bet with TABtouch
1. BATTLE TORQUE recorded his best-ever speed figure 14 days ago in finishing ninth of 13 over 1,650m at Belmont Park. Fred Kersley takes over from Clint Johnston-Porter but the bar plates remain on Adam Durrant's three-time winner.
2. DEFIANCY finished third of 12 over 1,400m at Northam 13 days ago, his late sectionals indicating he ran out of gas in the final furlong. He is likely to improve second up in what is his first appearance at a city venue at his 19th start.
3. TAKE IT LIKE A MAN posted the fastest final furlong in winning over 1,650m at Belmont Park two weeks ago. Daniel Staeck is developing a really good association with him and he has the benefit of having drawn a favourable inside gate again.
4. KLEVA KEZZA has had a Belmont Park barrier trial since winning over 1,300m at Northam 27 days ago. According to the clock, she may be better suited to less than 1,650m but she is in decent form and has won two of her seven races.
5. STARKLE could not match motors with Take It Like A Man when the whips were cracking over 1,650m at Belmont Park two weeks ago. He meets Take It Like A Man one kilogram better at the weights but that may not be a large enough swing.
6. BRADFORD BADBOY finished eighth of 11 over 1,400m at Belmont Park two weeks ago. He has not saluted the judge since winning over 1,600m at the same venue in August 2014 during his first spell under the care of Donna Riordan.
7. ASPEN STAR is a former James Cummings-trained galloper which finished second of 12 over 1,400m at Northam 13 days ago when making his WA debut. He is a contender based on his Warwick Farm effort over 1,600m in April 2016.
8. CHARIOT QUEEN finished 11th of 12 over 1,400m at Northam 13 days ago. Both of her two wins have occurred over 2,200m at the aforementioned track so it is difficult to make a case for her breaking her city duck over three furlongs less.
9. JAZARI ran in last year's WA Guineas but he has been disappointing for quite some time, most recently finishing eighth of 14 over 1,650m at Belmont Park one week ago. Very little in his form suggests he is likely to win his second race.
10. NUN TOO SAVVY broke her maiden over 1,600m at Northam 13 days ago in which she recorded her best speed rating. However, prior to that she beat just one galloper over 2,100m at Belmont Park in a lower grade than she faces here.
11. CALIBRA excels on rain-affected surfaces with her best speed figure occurring over 2,050m at Moe when the track was heavy. She did not have the finishing speed to challenge over 1,650m on a good Belmont Park track two weeks ago.
12. REGAL GOSSIP has had a 52-day freshen up since finishing last of 10 over 1,600m at Kalgoorlie. She has been beaten a fair distance in each of her four races since getting the chocolates over 1,200m at Pinjarra Park in February.
13. SWIFTLY comes out of the Take It Like A Man race over 1,650m at Belmont Park two weeks ago in which she finished fifth of 13. That rated as her best effort on the clock but she is not weighted to turn the tables on the winner.