Randwick-Kensington - Race 1 2:30pm AEST
No. 4 Mokulua
Mokulua has been racing well without winning this campaign and she has an excellent chance to claim a maiden race win.
She chased home Profondo last start and there isn’t a filly of that ability in this field.
Barrier two is perfect and Nash Rawiller in the saddle is a big positive.
Randwick-Kensington - Race 4 3:10pm AEST
No. 6 Ita
Ita has recorded two wins on the trot and she is well-placed to continue her winning ways this afternoon.
She absolutely bolted in to win by more than five lengths at Bathurst and she backed that effort up at Wyong.
1600 metres is her pet distance and the scary thing for her rivals is that she still has the upside to improve.
Randwick-Kensington - Race 5 3:45pm AEST
No. 2 Splendiferous
Splendiferous is outstanding value to make a winning return to the races.
She finished a more than credible fourth in the Queensland Oaks and she always gave the impression that she would be better as an older horse.
There is no doubt that she will be better over further, but she does have class on her side and I expect to see her run well first-up.
Randwick-Kensington - Race 7 4:55pm AEST
No. 3 Promotions
Promotions doesn’t win out of turn, but this could be the right race for the Exceed And Excel gelding.
He had excuses when he was beaten at Kembla Grange last start and his run before that at Randwick was strong.
Barrier four suits and Rachel King continues to ride in excellent form.