Kent and Creek train two of SA’s best sprinters in Lope De Capio and Goodwood placegetter Casino Wizard and go into the 1200m Group 3 feature hoping to upstage the one-time world’s best sprinter and 2013-14 Australian Horse of the Year. Lankan Rupee is a dominant $1.50 UBET favourite from barrier one and Kent said the testing Morphettville track conditions could bring the Victorian undone. “The inside draw is going to be interesting,’’ Kent said.
Desert Lashes won her first eight races for Alice Springs trainer Lisa Whittle but hasn’t raced since claiming the Listed Redelva Stakes at Morphettville in May. She was being set for the UBET Classic but suffered an injury that brought her campaign to an end. “She pulled a muscle in her hind leg which was unfortunate,’’ Cahill told RadioTAB.
Lightly raced but showed ability in his first campaign. Aided by the scratching of promising filly BRING ME ROSES and looks the testing material here. Raced very well in much stronger company last campaign and has trialled well. Chased home Soju Warrior two starts back and that is solid form for this. Son of Americain on debut for Will Clarken. Handy trial against some older and classy opposition last week and should take some beating first up. Keep an eye on market moves.
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