The Snowden yard will start to roll out its autumn team this week starting with the stable's star, Redzel, taking on Winx in a Rosehill barrier trial on Monday. The Everest winner will be without his familiar red blinkers and regular partner Kerrin McEvoy, who remains sidelined with a broken hand, for his first barrier trial since winning the Darley Classic at Flemington.
Tony McEvoy has 10 weeks until the Golden Slipper and will sit down in the next couple of weeks and plot how to get Magic Millions winner Sunlight to the world's richest race for two-year-olds. Sunlight was moved into $8 equal favourite for the Golden Slipper, alongside Breeders Plate winner Performer, after she overcame early interference to be a dominant winner at the Gold Coast on Saturday.
The stewards inquiry into the first 200m of the $2 million race was one of the quietest conducted as fellow jockeys let the video tell their story. The three other jockeys were asked if they had anything to add after viewing the video and all declined. Hugh Bowman on Jonker was lucky to stay on his feet as he got inside the line of the fence while horses came from 1200m chute on the course proper and he ran along the plastic rail for several metres.
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