Canterbury - Race 4 6:30pm AEDT

No. 7 Iverson

This looks like a clear target race for Iverson on the quick six-day backup. 

The So You Think six-year-old is coming off back-to-back placings at Newcastle, dropping back to the mile last week where he put in a solid effort from the 200m all the way to the line. 

He plugged away nicely over a similar trip the start prior and gets in well at the weights with Dylan Gibbons and his handy record back in the saddle.

Canterbury - Race 6 7:30pm AEDT

No. 4 Karedada

Karedada has put together three wins from four starts over the same journey during his short career. 

The Davies-trained four-year-old was last seen racing at Randwick back in May, struggling to make up ground in the soft conditions from a very sticky gate. 

He should find this step back in class right up his alley, especially on the back of two soft trials leading in. 

Canterbury - Race 7 8:00pm AEDT

No. 7 Edmond

Edmond almost always runs an honest race, which is about all you can for in an open contest like this. 

Kim Waugh’s six-year-old has finished outside the top five only once in his 29-start career, while he also returned to the winner’s circle in fine style at Hawkesbury two weeks ago over shorter. 

The son of Excelebration found the line well with plenty left to spare over 1400m, so the rise in distance looks ideal with a strong second-up record to support his claims.

Canterbury - Race 8 8:30pm AEDT

No. 10 Accredited

Accredited looks capable of taking the next step after resuming a winner at Warwick Farm three weeks ago. 

The All Too Hard four-year-old let down well in the run home, waiting patiently for a split to appear where he charged through to score narrowly.

He’s only had the three starts to date, but he continues to tick most of the boxes for the Joe Pride stable with maybe bigger races ahead of him.