The rain has arrived but the numbers for today’s wide open Summer Cup feature in Coffs Harbor remain big. and to a local mare, the weather is music to her ears.
On a probably heavy 9 surface, the six-year-old Rival Mo made calculations with great probability on the longer journey over 2015 m for the popular Sally Taylor stable.
Despite a modest hit rate of only four out of 35 starts, Rival Mo has won two out of four on difficult tracks and only 54. 5 kg today after the jockey’s permission, she threatens the whole day as one of the better value opportunities.
Typically, four year old political Gold Coast based Mighty Quinn from Newcastle and four year old Italian Tune from the competition will prove to be hard to beat in whatever markets that will meet.
Meanwhile, another local trainer, Brett Dodson, is betting on a return home that will bring his promising three-year-old Parksville success in a Maiden Hcp on the short course to open the card.
The son of the Golden Slipper winner Vancouver made a striking debut in a tougher class two weeks ago at Eagle Farm. He crossed a wide gate and didn’t weaken until late.
Back home because of a « scamper » 810m ride and carry 1. By a 2kg claim, Parksville looks 5kg less and looks beautifully placed.
This could start a big day for home stables in the face of a huge roll-up that has attracted a stellar number of acceptors.
In a competitive class 1 handicap (1012 m), the former south coast surrounds the five-year-old mare Fantini, who, after an intelligent attempt to win in Moree, is again competing for the new Aiden St Vincent stable.
A natural performer on wet tracks, Fantini came on stage for Moruya trainer Natalie Jarvis in February and stormed home to miss the Sapphire Coast debut before charging home again from far back for her virgin calling on a soft 7.
She only had two runs before she was spelled and eventually made her way to the mid-north coast and to a house at St. Vincent.
The Supreme Class daughter looks ready for a showdown with the Newcastle filly and early favorite Ciao Uno who has been beaten for a short price after a dominant win on her debut at Port Macquarie for the past two years.
As for showdowns, Ms. Taylor is also confident that her progressive four year old mare Qadira Star can return for a second prep with a bang in another class 1 handicap (1012m), despite not having been officially tested.
Qadira Star carries the lightest weight of her short career after a 2kg allowance and faces a battle with the consistent four year old Taree Standing Bear, who is falling behind from a strong final run in Randwick in the Highway class.
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