The Mick Price trained Halle Rocks resumes in the Adapt Aus Hcp, 1000m, Moonee Valley Friday night. She's well above average and rates as the one they have to beat. Her trackwork has been sound and this race looks perfect for her at this stage. Tuesday morning she galloped with stablemate Red Eclipse over 800m, clocking 51.01, 23.85 last 400m and 11.54 last furlong, excellent work.  

Eternal Sunshine looks well placed on Friday night in the Swift Signs Hcp, 1600m, at Moonee Valley. Tough win last start over 1519m, was challenged late and held off Roccin Jo over the concluding stages. Rock hard fit and will get the run of the race from barrier 1. Tuesday morning she worked over 1000m in 1.04.56 and 23.99 last 400m. Cherry ripe for this and a good chance to make it 2 wins in a row.  

No Black Caviar, Sepoy or Bel Sprinter for Kulgrinda to worry about in the Essendon Mazda 55 Seconds Challenge, Friday night. Biggest drop in class for a long time. Excellent run when resuming, loomed as the likely winner with 200m to go, fading for second, beaten 1L behind Bel Sprinter. Loves this track and distance, excellent winning chance. Tuesday morning she worked over 600m in 41.06 and 25.03 last 400m.  

Haven't seem a lot of Zamour, given that he's only had 2 starts to date and a last start winner over 1600m at Ballarat in maiden company. This son of Zabeel has been thrown in the deep end, he'll face the starter in the Autumn Classic, 1800m on his home track. Worked nicely on Tuesday morning over 1400m, clocking 1.39 and 24.18 last 400m. Promising scopey type, in the right stable and rates as an each way chance.  

The Colin Little trained Soft Sand continues to impress and will run very well on the weekend when she steps out in the D'Urban A Armanasco Stakes, 1400m. We've yet to see the best of this filly. Her last start win was super impressive, she's trained on well since and is a horse to continue following. Tuesday morning she worked over 1000m in 1.06 and a slick 23.38 last 400m. All class this filly!  

The Clinton McDonald trained Bigelow looks a live chance in the Futurity Stakes, 1400m. Recent runs have been excellent, 3rd up here, certainly one for the multiples punters. On the 7 day back up. No Black Caviar to break Doubtful Jack's heart here. Continues to race well, main concern for him is the likelihood of a firm track. Tuesday morning he went through his paces over 1000m, in 1.07.57 and 37.47 last 600m.  

Hard to fault Samaready on her 2 runs to date, both resulting in excellent wins. Not a vintage Blue Diamond Stakes and i'd expect her to be storming home late and fighting out the finish. Tuesday morning she worked with Al Aneed (4th emergency) over 800m in 50.09 and 23.96 last 400m, course proper. Member's Joy won't disgrace herself and rates as at least a place hope here. Also worked nicely on Tuesday morning, breezing over 800m 50.50 and 23.80 last 400m.  

Southern Speed has returned to racing in devastating fashion and looks very well placed to figure prominently in the Peter Young Stakes, 1800m. This is her 3rd run back from a spell, there's still a fair bit of improvement in her. Worked very well Tuesday morning over 1400m, clocking 1.41.05. 36.70 last 600m and 24.13 last 400m. Stick with her.

Quite taken by the win of Manighar in the Carlyon Cup, 1600m. Will have his work cut out here, however, he's top class and proven in this grade. Tuesday morning he worked over 1400m in 1.39.64 and 36.89 last 600m.

Prepared to forgive There's Only One on her last start failure at Caulfield, she got too far out of her ground and when asked to let down & was never going to be a factor at the business end. Much better than that, she'll get her chance to break through in the Gurner's Lane Hcp, 2000m. Fitness wise, she's close to her peak and the 2000m is a plus. Tuesday morning she worked nicely over 1600m, clocking 1.51.80 and 36.77 last 600m. Sidecar and Persian Star are both racing well and capable of causing an upset here. Sidecar's work on Tuesday morning was sound, he strode over 1600m in 1.54.13 and 38.35 last 600m.  

Mosheen was outstanding first up, circling the field as they approached the home turn, then pouncing on them with 200m to go, scoring a comfortable win. She's in for a huge Autumn campaign and looks to have come back better than ever. She'll face the starter in the Vanity Stakes, 1410m and is clearly the horse to beat. Tuesday morning she went through her paces nicely, working over 1000m in 1.05.20 and 36.55 last 600m. The Andrew Noblet trained Notice Recieved looks a Group 1 horse in the making. Ultra impressive on both occasions she's stepped out, scoring in comfortable fashion. They are delighted with her progress leading into this and she's definitely one to keep following as she steps up in class.  

Not a lot of exposed form to work with in the Talindert Stakes, 1100m, a listed event for 2yo colts. Liberty Rock won on debut at Kyneton over 1100m, looking very professional all the way to the line. Trained on a treat  since and shoould run well once again. Tuesday morning he worked with stablemate, Strive To Excel, (who's also engaged in this), they worked over 800m in 53.09 and 38.20 last 600m. Monitor market moves closely.  

Lethal Arrow is flying on the training track and his 2 runs back from a spell have been very good. He'll line up in the Festival of Racing Hcp, 1720m. Tuesday morning he worked with Ravages (also a starter in this race) over 1400m, clocking a slick 1.35.80 and 38.44 last 600m. Both should start at nice odds, representing value for the win and place punters.  

Barring misfortune, Black Caviar should make it 19 wins in a row and add the Coolmore Lightning Stakes to her resume. Backing up after 7 days, trainer peter Moody couldn't be happier with her leading into this. Lone Rock is a chance to fill the minor placings, she resumes here for the Robert Smerdon stable. Wasn't over extended on Tuesday morning, she worked over 800m in 56.0, under a tight grip.  

The Jim Mason trained Snow Cover is the value runner for the day, if he gains a start, in the Tab Sportsbet Hcp, 1410m. Freshened up since his last start victory over 1600m here, he's been racing in great heart and has the services of in form hoop, C Newitt. Tuesday morning he worked over 1000m in 1.06.21 and 37.60 last 600m.  

Testascana is one to keep an eye on, resuming in the Heron Bridge Hcp, 1200m. Flies fresh, loves this distance and is one for one on the track. Recent trackwork has been sound, he's definitely one to follow over the coming months. Tuesday morning he worked over 800m in 54.42 and 38.06 last 600m.

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