Seven races will be contested at Warwick Farm on Wednesday, and some talented horses will step out.
The rail will be set out three metres around the entire course and at publish, the track is rated in the good range.
Race 1 - 2:10pm AEDT
ANZ Bloodstock News Handicap (1300m)
Cat D’oro will take improvement into his second campaign start at Warwick Farm on Wednesday and can break his maiden.
The well-bred colt (Medaglia D’oro x Catkins) has returned four competitive efforts since debuting and returned from a spell to fill the minors at Randwick earlier this month.
With even luck, he is ready to win.
3 Units Cat D’oro
Race 2 - 2:45pm AEDT
Drinkwise Mile (1600m)
Harmony Rose will put an unbeaten record on the line at Warwick Farm on Wednesday and can continue her rise through the grades.
The Glass Harmonium filly recorded an easy win on debut at Kembla Grange before stepping up into Class 1 company at Gosford last time out, winning comfortably again.
Fitter third-up, staying at the mile and from the good draw, she can win again.
4 Units Harmony Rose
Race 3 - 3:20pm AEDT
Impending @ Darley Handicap (2400m)
Miyake is dropping in class at Warwick Farm on Wednesday and might not be offered a better opportunity to win.
The Deep Impact entire wasn’t far away from the winner in a couple of midweek races when resuming in September and has since finished midfield in a couple of Saturday races over 2000m and a mile and a half.
James McDonald rides from a good draw and as long as the horse handles topweight, he’ll take beating.
3 Units Miyake
Race 4 - 3:55pm AEDT
Bowermans Commercial Furniture Handicap (1000m)
This is a decent drop in class for Ballistive Lover and she can return to winning form.
The three-year-old daughter of Smart Missile won each of her first two starts back from a spell, including an 1100m sprint here at Warwick Farm, and she was last seen finishing sixth in the Listed Brian Crowley.
She has been freshened since that race, and the $6 about her at publish looks a touch of overs.
3 Units Ballistic Lover
Race 5 - 4:30pm AEDT
Heineken Handicap (1400m)
This is a rise in class for Soami, but he has improved for two starts back from a spell and is ready to win.
The son of So You Think needed the run when eighth behind Ranges at Kembla Grange when resuming, but charged home to finish only a length and a half behind Geo at Gosford last time out.
He’ll enjoy a decent drop in the weights and the booking of Tommy Berry to ride is positive.
2 Units E/W Soami
Race 6 - 5:05pm AEDT
The Taylor Twins Handicap (1100m)
This is another open contest, and a horse like Texas Forever has claims on winning at a nice price ($12 at publish).
Texas Forever has been a good horse for the Pfieffer stable throughout his career and has improved for three starts back this time, including a credible fifth placing in BM72 company at Canterbury last time out.
He has drawn ideally, is weighted well and will be ridden by Timmy Clark – I think that this looks a great race for him.
2 Units E/W Texas Forever
Race 7 - 5:40pm AEDT
Vinery Stud Handicap (1100m)
Never Talk doesn’t know how to run a bad race, and she looks the filly to beat again in the last Warwick Farm on Wednesday.
The No Nay Never filly has recorded four wins from as many career starts so far, and resumed this time for a comfortable win at Newcastle before making a successful step up to city company at Randwick last time.
Fitter third-up, from a good draw and some relief in the weights, I’m happy to stick with her.
4 Units Never Talk