Kembla Grange - Race 1 12:30pm AEST

No. 1 Agosto

Agosto showed plenty of promise in his two race starts in France and has been transferred to the care of Chris Waller after being purchased by Australian Bloodstock. His maiden barrier trial in Australia was nothing short of outstanding and Waller has found a lovely race for him to kick-off in. Hugh Bowman in the saddle is another positive lead.

Kembla Grange - Race 3 1:40pm AEST

No. 6 Eleven Eleven

Eleven Eleven produced a career best performance to record a dominant win at Kembla Grange last start and he clearly appreciated the drop back to 1000 metres. I don’t think that this race is much tougher and a repeat of his last start effort would make him very tough to beat. He will be flying home late.

Kembla Grange - Race 5 2:55pm AEST

No. 1 Caesura

Caesura has raced well without winning during her racing career to date and she has the chance to breakthrough for a maiden race win this afternoon. She was only narrowly denied at Hawkesbury last start and the application of blinkers was a positive. Brenton Avdulla can ride her positively and she will prove tough to beat.

Townsville - Race 7 4:25pm AEST

No. 3 Windmill Lane

This is an open edition of the Cleveland Bay Open and it is Windmill Lane that appeals at his current price. He has recorded three wins on the trot in very tough fashion and he keeps improving each time that he is seen at the races. This is a step-up in quality, but he will have every possible chance in an open race.