Eagle Farm - Race 1 No. 1 Glorious Ruby ($2.50)
Kembla Grange - Race 2 No. 2 All Time Legend ($2.80)
Eagle Farm - Race 5 No. 1 Warp Speed ($2.20)
Caulfield - Race 6 No. 5 Generation ($3)
Caulfield - Race 9 No. 7 La Mexicana ($2.35)
Total Odds Combined $108.57
Read the reasons for our selections:
Eagle Farm - Race 1 No. 1 Glorious Ruby
She is yet to miss the top two in four starts to date, and was very good closing out last campaign with a second placing to the smart Sweet Dolly. She has won a Doomben trial leading into this prep and has the form on the board, along with a 3kg claim from Leah Kilner who is riding in good form. With just one clear danger in the race at same quote, I am happy to be siding with the class of the race and the consistency of Glorious Ruby.
Kembla Grange - Race 2 No. 2 All Time Legend
All Time Legend certainly had his chance if good enough fresh, although he can clearly improve and with Chat running a nice second in the Missile Stakes, the form has stacked up. With an impressive record that should be even better, the set-up looks much more suitable here with a bunny to follow via Big Parade and if there's loftier Spring goals, this is a race he should be winning.
Eagle Farm - Race 5 No. 1 Warp Speed
This galloper was second to London Banker last start who has subsequently won again, so the form reads very well. He is a very honest performer as he has shown all prep, yet to miss the top four while claiming a win and three seconds along the way. He must carry the top weight, but that hopefully doesn’t hold back the form that that he has shown us this campaign.
Caulfield - Race 6 No. 5 Generation
Generation looks the best bet of the day to me, unbeaten in two career starts, including the 1200m at this track. It looks his race to lose, although not proven like some of the horses he is against, he gets in the inside gate, can lead or take the sit, Jamie Kah sticks and is the best suited horse in the field at 1100m I fresh.
Caulfield - Race 9 No. 7 La Mexicana
La Mexicana looks ideally placed off the back of her fabulous first-up run when she beat home Miss Albania (subsequent winner) while copping a heavy wind at the back of the field. From an inside gate now she can hustle forward and find herself on the pace in a handy position, ready to strike with a light weight around the bend. She knows how to win and will likely be back in her favourite stall on Saturday, so she is clearly one of the better bets of the day.