The Valley – Race 3 1.15pm AEDT
Savatiano has been excellent without winning in her past two starts. She did a stack of work and was still not beaten far in the Tibbie Stakes, while she had no luck in running when she finished second behind Invincibella in the Blazer Stakes. This is a genuine drop in quality and she is the class mare in this field. She is extremely well-placed to return to winning form.
The Valley – Race 6 3:00pm AEDT
El Dorado Dreaming clearly didn’t enjoy the firm Caulfield surface in the Thousand Guineas and The Valley surface should be far more suitable. She is a much better filly than her Thousand Guineas performance suggests and she does have an electric turn-of-foot on her day. She can swoop late and finish over the top of her rivals in the concluding stages.
The Valley – Race 7 3.35pm AEDT
Cliff’s Edge was gallant in the Toorak Handicap last start and his win before that at Caulfield was tough. He has the early speed to take up the running from barrier ten and he is a horse that has run well at The Valley in the past. This isn’t the strongest edition of the Crystal Mile and I think that he will prove tough to run down in the concluding stages of the race.
The Valley – Race 10 5.50pm AEDT
Aramayo was only narrowly denied a maiden Group 1 win in the Spring Champion Stakes and his win the start before that in the Spring Stakes was excellent. The wide barrier draw isn’t an issue as he gets back in the run anyway and that means that Tye Angland will be able to start his run a long way from home. He is great value at his current price in the Drummond Golf Vase.
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