Debut winner gets chance to bounce back from second-up slip
Vreneli only needs to step away with the field from a better draw at the Farm and he will be hard to stop, although he is up against some good quality sprinters in He’s A Hotshot, who drops down from a big run in Saturday benchmark 78 grade, and progressive mare Miss Sure Shot, who is shooting for three straight after consecutive wins at benchmark 64 provincial level.
Earlier on the card, exciting three-year-old Able Hill returns to town for only his second start since early July in a benchmark 72 over 1000m.
A speedy son of prolific I Am Invincible, Able Hill resumed for his first run as a gelding at Wyong five weeks back and led until collared in the last couple of strides.
With that experience, extra fitness, and down in weight back in city company, he can restore that belief from his early two-year-old days when he raced against some of the better youngsters in NSW.
On a day brimming with three-year-old potential, Law Party can grab his own headline in a maiden for his own age at his second start.
A son of Press Statement, Law Party debuted on New Year’s Day when he rushed home to miss by a head behind Major Artie at Canterbury.
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