Video Replay Stars
Race 6 Number 3 Follow Me
Is worth following second-up this week despite going down as the well-fancied favourite when first-up off a three-month break 29 days ago. He travelled well into the straight until condition told inside the 300m, fading into eighth but only 3 ¾ lengths away in the finish.
He has since trialled strongly and a bold second-up showing can be expected, while from barrier 4 he looks to get the run of the race.
Race 10 Number 10 Super Elegance
Produced a be-on-me-next-start run 21 days ago when settling rearward over this distance and just as he was starting to get warm, was balked for room inside the final 150m, clearly costing himself a better finishing position than his fifth place, beaten 2 ¼ lengths.
The lightly-raced four-year-old still posted the best closing splits of the race and some of the best of the meeting, and he looks one to follow this week.
Sectional Time Stars
Race 8 Number 12 Lakeshore Eagle
Talented four-year-old resuming off a 140-day break and in each of his three career starts to date he has produced above average late sectionals. Well-prepared for his return with two eye-catching barrier trials.
Race 11 Number 6 Superich
Has shown ability but tends to be his own worst enemy on race day, however should the race be run to suit, his explosive late sectionals (as his past performances show) will prove him hard to hold out.