Video Replay Stars
Race 3 Number 10 Gallant Legacy
Should be an improver with more race experience being an International Sales Graduate and prior to last start he was finishing close up. Stepping up to this distance for the first time at his last race, he worked in overdrive from barrier 14 to share the lead in a ridiculously fast run race, +9.4 lengths above average to the 600m simply an unacceptable tempo.
This isn’t the strongest of races so with a better judged ride, he could sneak a place at likely big odds with a better barrier and Domeyer taking the ride.
Race 6 Number 1 Voyage Star
The stewards deemed his last start performance unacceptable but when looking at the sectionals he posted, it comes as no surprise he tailed off to finish 12 ¾ lengths.
Contrary to his all-the-way win two starts ago, he travelled +5.4 lengths faster to the 800m, +7.6 lengths faster to the 600m, and +5 lengths to the 400m – undoubtedly poorly rated and worth another shout this week.
Sectional Time Stars
Race 4 Number 2 Little Wise Man
Comes to Sha Tin for the first time after two get back, run on runs over 1200m at Happy Valley where he has scorched the track with impressive closing sectionals.
Race 7 Number 12 Superich
Possesses one of the best sprints in this contest but is his own worst enemy when it comes to holding a position in running, but last start was a big performance when coming from near-last to fourth in a sizzling 22.99 sec last 400m.