Dubbo - Race 4 2:35pm AEST
Enseguida has recorded two wins from his three race starts and he has trialed nicely at Tamworth ahead of his return to the races. He maps to get a lovely run in transit from barrier seven and there is no doubt that he has far more upside than the rest of this field.
Dubbo - Race 5 3:10pm AEST
Ibini is clearly the horse to beat in the Dubbo Gold Cup Prelude. He has been racing in career best form and he led from start to finish to record a tough victory at Scone last start. Matthew Cahill will take him straight to the front in the early stages of this contest and he will prove very difficult to catch.
Dubbo - Race 7 4:25pm AEST
Westlink will return to the races for the first time since he finished a more than credible fifth in the Country Championship Final at Royal Randwick. His form before that was excellent and the form coming out of that race has been fairly strong. He maps to get a lovely run in transit and he can make a winning return to the races.
Dubbo - Race 8 5:05pm AEST
Stampede Warrior broke through for a maiden race win with a dominant five and a half lengths at Coonamble last start and it wouldn’t surprise to see him now go on with the job. He is a horse that still has a fair amount of upside and this is far from the strongest race.