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Race 2 Number 1 KUDA BAGUS
Did not disgrace at his debut 33 days ago when he was urged to find the lead from a wide barrier.
Once entering the straight, the early hard work took its toll which saw him battle to finish fourth beaten 2.5 lengths. He has trialled well since and can prove a big winning chance in a field mixed with inexperienced runners second-up.
Race 3 Number 6 MASTER OF MALIBU
Had no luck last start when travelling strongly in midfield before failing to find sufficient galloping room from the 400m to 100m.
Therefore he was not fully tested for the majority of the straight but still finished sixth beaten just 2.2 lengths. With better luck in running, he looks capable of bouncing back for another win.
SECTIONAL TIME STARS
Race 5 Number 2 WHITE TRUFFLE
Is on the back of an eye-catching first-up run where he charged home late to check into second while recording the quickest final 400m in 23.64 seconds. With natural improvement, he can go one place better this week.
Race 8 Number 7 MAN OF MYSTERY
Despite travelling wide throughout last start, he reeled off the third best final 400m (23.22 sec) to finish fifth beaten 1.7 lengths at this track and distance.