Flemington - Race 5 2:10pm AEST

No. 8 Passive Aggressive

Passive Aggressive looks a nice bet to remain unbeaten in the A.R. Creswick Stakes.

The lightly-raced filly was all class at Flemington two weeks ago, punching clear with 200m to spare to win by over a length.

That form has since been franked with the second place-getter going on to win a Stakes race at Randwick last week, and although this is a tougher assignment, it looks the next logical step for her.

Rosehill - Race 7 2:30pm AEST

No. 3 Dr Drill

Dr Drill looks one of the main chances in this year’s McKell Cup.

The old boy out of the Maher and Eustace camp looked well on his way to a second consecutive Scone Cup last month where he worked home late to finish half a length behind the winner.

The heavy track was against him that day, but he should find this much more to his liking back on a firmer deck. He’s won third-up in the past, and with a month between runs, he should prove tough to hold out.

Ipswich - Race 7 3:13pm AEST

No. 10 Youngblood

There’s a case to be made for a few in this year’s Ipswich Cup, including the Tony Gollan-trained Youngblood.

The son of Sacred Falls is worth forgiving on his latest run at Eagle Farm where the distance and the tempo never really suited.

He’s a much better horse out to 2200m, while he also gets in nice and light with the in-form Jim Byrne steering.

Ipswich - Race 8 3:53pm AEST

No. 3 Holyfield

Holyfield is well-deserving of his status as favourite in the Eye Liner.

The Annabel Neasham-trained four-year-old tends to give an honest effort on most occasions, as we saw a few weeks ago when he ran on well to finish half a length fourth to Soxagon in the BRC Sprint at Eagle Farm.

That form stacks up with Alligator Blood going on to win the Stradbroke last week, and with a little luck from the wide draw, he should be finishing strongly.