Mungrup Stud product Heavenly Affair would be a fitting winner of Wednesday's GSSSA Finalist Stephanie Mitchell Handicap
A Mungrup Stud-bred galloper winning the GSSSA Finalist Stephanie Mitchell Handicap would be an appropriate way to end Wednesday's Belmont Park program and the four-year-old daughter of Playing God and Parc D'Amour, Heavenly Affair, is a good bet to round out the meeting in fitting fashion.
Vernon Brockman-trained Heavenly Affair has more than her fair share of tricks - for example, she tends to idle when she strikes the front - but her connections, including her regular rider, Lucy Warwick, have grasped what makes her tick. Heavenly Affair won each of her last two races and, according to Punting Form's neural prices, she should be extremely hard to beat in the GSSSA Finalist Stephanie Mitchell Handicap. Most of her Wednesday rivals either prefer farther than 1,700 metres or are out of form.
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