Eagle Farm - Race 6 2:38pm AEDT

No. 3 Huetor

Huetor has been all class since arriving in Australia and he is well-deserving of his status as favourite in The Q22.

The French import won the Doomben Cup in a boil-over two weeks ago, bursting clear along the fence to beat home short-priced favourite Zaaki.

There’s no question he’ll see out 2200m based on that performance, and with a few runs under his belt now, there’s still plenty of room for improvement.

Eagle Farm - Race 7 3:13pm AEDT

No. 4 Political Debate

Political Debate is a promising two-year-old out of the Waller camp that looks more than capable of winning the J.J. Atkins.

The son of So You Think took a while to wind up in The Phoenix last week, but once he got going he was strong to the line fending off Sharp ’N’ Smart.

Off that, the step up to the mile should suit, and he’ll likely race to a similar pattern here after drawing wide.

Eagle Farm - Race 8 3:53pm AEDT

No. 4 Eleven Eleven

Eleven Eleven ticks most of the boxes heading into this year’s Stradbroke Handicap.

The five-year-old son of Fastnet Rock worked home nicely to run a narrow third in the Kingsford Smith Cup last time out, and he appeared to have plenty left in the tank when crossing the line.

He’s always been a good third-up horse, while the fact he’s found the money in all three starts at Eagle Farm also reads well. With Hugh Bowman steering from an ideal gate, he’ll be tough to beat.

Eagle Farm - Race 9 4:28pm AEDT

No. 4 Bring The Ransom

Bring The Ransom looks a nice price in what is a very competitive edition of the Dane Ripper Stakes.

The Sebring mare ran a huge race out wide at Scone first-up, winding up from the tail of the field to win the Dark Jewel Classic by a length.

She’s always been a consistent second-up performer and a much firmer track only strengthens her claims.