Sandown - Race 3 12:25pm AEST

No. 1 Miss Aria

Miss Aria is racing in terrific form and comes off a brilliant last start win over 1400m at Caulfield. 

Off a slow start the daughter of Zoustar found herself at the tail of the field but always travelled strongly. 

When asked to make her run, she swooped around the field and charged down the outside to score comfortably by a neat length. 

The start prior she hit he front 100m out in the Listed Nitschke Stakes only to be denied right on the line. 

She’s fit, she comes here full of confidence and with the 3kg claim for Tatum Bull, she gets in beautifully at the weights.

Sandown - Race 9 4:05pm AEST

No. 4 Rheinberg

Rheinberg was very good when resuming over the 1100m at Ballarat, just going down narrowly in the shadows of the post.

The Swiss Ace gelding just found the track too firm second up and was also found to have pulled up with a slow recovery rate. 

Given a six week freshen up he then finished off strongly over the 1400m at Caulfield after enduring a wide run. 

The former Kiwi galloper showed plenty of talent in his fist Australian campaign, making it four from four and with the added fitness and the good draw, there’s a lot to like about him here.

Randwick - Race 4 12:45pm AEST

No. 4 Quantum Cat

Quantum Cat has been brilliant late in his two Australian outings and will relish the rise to 2400m. 

The American bred gelding kicked off his career in the UK where he saluted in three of his five starts and he has already proven himself a genuine stayer.

When resuming over the mile at Mornington, he looked to be struggling when the pressure went on but really let down strongly over the final 200m. 

Last time out to 2000m he made a long sustained run but still was strong through the line. 

The rise in trip will suit and he’ll appreciate getting out onto a bigger track.

Randwick - Race 10 4:25pm AEST

No. 16 Nails Murphy

Nails Murphy resumed off a break with an encouraging effort over 1400m on the Kensington on Anzac Day. 

Under the 61kg impost, the Ciaron Maher trained gelding settled in behind the leaders and didn’t have a lot of room in the early part of the straight but held his ground to the line over the final stages.

After beginning his career in the UK, where he just had the four runs, the Irish bred galloper was solid in his two Australian starts last campaign. 

Given plenty of time to settle in, he looks very progressive and will have taken good improvement from that first up outing.  

He does rise in grade but drops 4kgs and will be afforded every chance under Josh Parr.