Ladbrokes Park - Race 3 2:10pm AEDT
Tagreeda was a touch disappointing first-up at Cranbourne, but she is a better horse that that performance suggests. The fact that Damien Oliver jumps into the saddle is a big positive and she does map to get a lovely trail into this race. This is not the strongest field and she has more upside than her rivals.
Ladbrokes Park - Race 4 2.45pm AEDT
Wetakemanhattan could hardly have been more impressive on debut at Bendigo and he does look like a horse with plenty of scope. This is a step-up in class, but it is still not the strongest race and a repeat of his debut effort would make him very tough to beat. Jordan Childs will press forward from the wide barrier draw and give his rivals something to chase.
Ladbrokes Park - Race 5 3.20pm AEDT
Fille De Charlie bolted in to lead from start to finish at The Valley and this field is not much tougher. The wide draw is actually an advantage as she has the early speed required to cross this field and take up the running. If she is able to find the lead she will prove very tough to run down late.
Ladbrokes Park - Race 7 4:30pm AEDT
Tan Tat Trusting was sent to the spelling paddock after he recorded a dominant win at Ladbrokes Park in July and he has since been transferred from the care of Henry Dwyer to Tony McEvoy. There are some unknowns about him heading into this race, but he is a horse with talent and he is well and truly over the odds at $7.50.