Wyong - Race 4 2.55pm AEST
Nobody’s Puppet has finished second in her two race starts to date and this is her chance to record a maiden race win. She has shown a fair amount of speed during her racing career to date and she will have taken benefit from her first-up run. With a touch of luck in running from the awkward barrier eight, she will be tough to beat.
Wyong - Race 6 4.05pm AEST
Hermosa Reward has developed into a consistent mare and she has recorded two wins from her past three starts. The drop back in trip to 1600 metres is ideal for her and she should have no issues taking up a forward position with Brenton Avdulla in the saddle. She is well-placed to return to winning form.
Wyong - Race 7 4.50pm AEST
Second Island has recorded two wins from her past three starts and she is clearly racing in career best form. Her record over 1000 metres is nothing short of outstanding and she has a simply outstanding turn-of-foot at the end of her races over this trip. She maps to get a lovely run in transit and she can finish over the top of her rivals once again.
Wyong - Race 8 5:15pm AEST
Miss Invincible won the Wellington Boot as a two-year-old and she has form around the likes of Gem Song and Pretty In Pink. She has trialled nicely ahead of her return to the races and this might be the weakest race that she has contested. The wide barrier draw isn’t ideal, but she is the class horse in this field and she can make a winning return to the races.