Wentworth Park - Race 4 7:19pm AEDT

No. 8 Zoha Bale

Zoha Bale enters the Group 1 Summer Distance Plate Final in terrific form with wins in his past two starts. 

Prior to coming to Wentworth Park last start, the son of Allen Deed bolted in by over seven lengths when winning over 660m at Ballarat. 

Last start he tracked Zipping Orlando all the way before blasting past him in the straight to win over this course and distance in 41.89 seconds. 

He meets basically the same field again. 

Wentworth Park - Race 6 8:00pm AEDT

No. 5 Aunt Virginia

Aunt Virginia was brilliant in her first look at this course and distance when winning a heat of the Ladbrokes National Futurity. 

The Victorian speedster rocketed out of box 5 to lead before powering away in the straight to win in 29.59 seconds.   

She’ll be better for the experience but again draws the squeeze for the Final. 

She can track the speed dogs inside her across and if she’s handy enough, she should be too strong late. 

Wentworth Park - Race 7 8:20pm AEDT

No. 6 Good Odds Cobber

Good Odds Cobber enters the Ladbrokes National Derby Final on the back of a scintillating heat win. 

The son of Fernando Bale exploded out of the boxes to lead and increased the margin the further they went to stop the clock in a best of the night 29.33 seconds. 

That followed a Gosford Gold Cup win so he is low flying at the moment. 

Box 6 isn’t ideal but he is undefeated in three races when wearing the green rug and you just have to be excited by what he produced in his heat. 

Wentworth Park - Race 8 8:39pm AEDT

No. 1 Dutch Riot

Dutch Riot looks well placed to claim the Ladbrokes Paws Of Thunder Final. 

The son of Fernando Bale has won six of his past seven starts including his heat of this series last start. 

The normally quick beginner was a step slow but rallied to lead into the first turn before going on to win impressively in 29.51 seconds. 

From box 1, he’ll get on the arm and prove hard to catch.