Eagle Farm - Race 2 No. 2 See Marie ($3.90)
Randwick - Race 4 No. 7 Accountability ($2.60)
Flemington - Race 7 No. 6 Left Hand Man ($6)
Eagle Farm - Race 8 No. 2 Profit ($2.80)
Randwick - Race 9 No. 12 Spirit Ridge ($3.70)
Total Odds Combined $630.30
Eagle Farm - Race 2 No. 2 See Marie
A three-year-old filly who has always teased punters with her get back run on style, See Marie broke through last start and looks primed to record consecutive victories.
After rattling home over 1400m at the Sunshine Coast on a night which heavily favoured leaders, the Desleigh Forster trained daughter of Sebring was given a peach of a ride by Jim Byrne last sit, sitting back and rattling home over the mile.
Drawn barrier seven and stepping out to the wide expanses of the Eagle Farm track, See Marie's best sectionals were late, running her last 400m in 22.84 seconds and doing her best work through the line.
With Jim Byrne staying aboard, See Marie looks extremely hard to beat stepping up to the 1820m at Eagle Farm.
Randwick - Race 4 No. 7 Accountability
Can ACCOUNTABILITY run out a strong 2400m? With the form he's in currently and plummeting 6.5kg off last week's unlucky third-place finish, he'll get every chance to do so in what is a very weak listed affair.
This son of Dubawi turned the corner with a victory seemingly out of nowhere back in May following a slow start to his Australian career and has continued to progress this preparation where with a more positive steer, makes a winning hat-trick last week. From barrier two under Tommy Berry, I'd be surprised if they were spotting them such a big start this week.
Flemington - Race 7 No. 6 Left Hand Man
LEFT HAND MAN was very good when winning at Morphettville on the Parks circuit last start. Forget the previous starts where the lead bad was lost during the run, so he was disqualified. Before that, he was just three lengths off of Showmanship who could be anything.
Eagle Farm - Race 8 No. 2 Profit
Profit was terrific first-up finishing hard on the heels of The Harrovian at Doomben a fortnight ago and looks perfectly placed to book his spot in next years Stradbroke Handicap with a win in the Gateway.
Settling at the rear of the field at Doomben, a track in which he struggles to win at, the four-year-old son of Dundeel rattled home in some of the quickest sectionals of the race running his last 600m in 33.60 seconds.
Boasting a win and two seconds over 1400m at Eagle Farm, the Chris Anderson trained gelding was tried over longer distances during the winter but will be kept to shorter trips this summer after chasing home Alligator Blood this time last year.
Drawn to land in a perfect stalking position behind the speed, Mathew McGillivray on Profit and looks extremely hard to beat.
Randwick - Race 9 No. 12 Spirit Ridge
At first glance, SPIRIT RIDGE did look short enough on paper stepping up from Benchmark 78 level off a fair return but it really isn't a strong Benchmark 88 when you strip it back and with most of the speed drawn to his outside, this import from the Mark Newnham stable should be able to work across.
He was tipped out following a last stride debut win over Agassi (won two at Saturday level later that preparation) on his Australian debut and was spotting 7kg to Super at Newcastle fresh, a galloper that completed a winning hat-trick in the process. The blinkers now go on and even if Regal Stage along with one or two others put the foot down early, this gelding is a winner over 2400m so a fast run mile in this grade should suit.