Wagga - Race 1 1.25pm AEST
I Am Kalani has raced well without winning this campaign and she finds herself in a very winnable contest this afternoon. She maps to get a dream run in transit just behind the speed and on her best form she does have a genuine class edge over the rest of this field. This is her chance to return to winning form.
Wagga - Race 3 2.35pm AEST
Outboard Motors returned to the races with a fast-finishing second at Albury last start and she should take good benefit from what was her first race start for over 12 months. This is the easiest race that she has contested during her racing career to date and she may never have a better chance to return to winning form.
Wagga - Race 4 3:13pm AEST
Star Of Serena recorded her maiden race win in impressive fashion at Wagga last start and I like the fact that trainer Chris Heywood has given her a barrier trial in between race starts. The wide barrier isn’t ideal, but she does get back anyway and she does have the turn-of-foot to finish over the top of her rivals.
Wagga - Race 6 4.29pm AEST
There was a lot to like about the first-up win of Brogue and he is well and truly over the odds in what is a very open edition of the Kooringal Stud M’bidgee Cup. He will be suited by the step-up to 1800 metres and he really is a better horse than his current record suggests. He is great value to make it two wins on the trot.