Race 1: #14 Tigerlad, #5 Bella Baby, #8 Moneymore, #4 Iron King
Race 2: #9 Tailor Made, #14 Fairy Floss, #2 Regency Gem, #3 Circuit Number One
Race 3: #1 Forte, #8 Infinite Power, #13 Vector, #12 Winner Method
Race 4: #3 Leading Fortune, #4 Superb Daddy, #1 Everyone’s Delight, #2 Golden Four
Race 5: #5 Resolute, #10 Happy Tango, #1 Super Red Dragon, #3 Jade Phoenix
Race 6: #9 Winning Steed, #2 Speed Fay Fay, #11 Fortune Master, #3 So Awesome
Race 7: #11 Flying On The Turf, #10 Enshrined, #6 Biz Power, #4 All For South
Race 8: #5 Winning For All, #3 Private Rocket, #10 Dublin Star, #12 Sky Show
Race 9: #10 Romantic Combo, #3 Kyrus Unicorn, #2 Uncle Steve, #8 Tempest Express
Race 10: #14 Beauty Smile, #1 Band Of Brothers, #2 Ballistic King, #11 Invincible Missile
Race 1: Sunflower Handicap
#14 Tigerlad has gone close on a number of occasions and he commands respect here with no weight on his back. Chances are he rolls forward here under Vagner Borges and from there, takes plenty of reeling in. #5 Bella Baby won well first up this campaign. He draws awkwardly but can figure as the first ride for Belgian ace Christophe Soumillon. #8 Moneymore is a two-time winner already this campaign. He draws well and is capable in his spot. #4 Iron King returns first-up off the back of an eye-catching trial. He’s worth keeping safe.
Race 2: Tulip Handicap
#9 Tailor Made looks like he’ll relish getting out to a mile and from the soft gate under a positive Keith Yeung, he is capable of making his presence felt. #14 Fairy Floss slots in light with next to no weight on his back. Although he’s winless, he has put together a number of nice runs and if he can take the next step here, then he does hold a winning chance. #2 Regency Gem needs to offset the wide gate but does get the services of Zac Purton in his bid to do so. #3 Circuit Number One has mixed his form but is nearing a win. It could well come here.
Race 3: Geranium Handicap
#1 Forte won nicely on debut and with further improvement he is capable of notching back-to-back wins here. He showed plenty of fight to get the win last time out and this contest looks suitable. #8 Infinite Power was well supported on debut and managed a game fifth. He’ll be even better with that run under his belt and he might good value to go on with it here. #13 Vector has ability even though he’s just struggling early on. Chances are he might enjoy being ridden with a sit which is where he could well find himself from the wide draw and it wouldn’t surprise to see him hold up his trial form. #12 Winner Method has ability and gets Zac Purton up for his debut. Keep safe.
Race 4: Roselle Handicap (2nd Section)
#3 Leading Fortune is no star but he is consistent and is also a two-time winner in this grade over this course and distance. He should find himself in the right spot under Joao Moreira and from there, get every chance to fight out the finish. #4 Superb Daddy is better than his recent record suggests. He’s a course and distance winner who will be finishing off strongly. #1 Everyone’s Delight is lightly raced but is clearly a talent. He steps out to 1400m now which is unknown but off his last-start effort, it does appear as though it will suit. #2 Golden Four is unlucky not to have won more races than two with seven runner-up efforts to his name. He’s well weighted with Alfred Chan’s apprentice claim taking seven pounds off his back.
Race 5: Hibiscus Handicap
#5 Resolute is a solid dirt performer and a course and distance winner this term. He can bounce back to form following an awkward run in transit last start. #10 Happy Tango closed off nicely for dirt maestro trainer Me Tsui at his first try on the surface last start. Zac Purton hops up now and he only needs to reproduce his latest effort to be competitive here. #1 Super Red Dragon is holding his condition well and is looking for a hat-trick of wins, though, he does switch to the dirt now after twice winning on the grass. #3 Jade Phoenix is next best.
Race 6: Roselle Handicap (1st Section)
#9 Winning Steed is better than his record suggests and it wouldn’t surprise to see him bounce into form here with Zac Purton taking the reins. The draw suits and trainer Jimmy Ting is on fire after training a midweek treble at the Valley. #2 Speed Fay Fay can finish off strongly. He’s hit a purple patch of form and only needs a solid pace to warrant respect here. #11 Fortune Master is another who is going to be finishing strongly. Joao Moreira hops up and he commands respect in this. #3 So Awesome is consistent without winning. He can figure.
Race 7: Dandelion Handicap
#11 Flying On The Turf made solid inroads last start behind the tearaway winner Czarson. This is strong form and if he can replicate that run here then he is a leading chance. #10 Enshrined gets the services of Vagner Borges. He bears close watching because chances are he rolls forward to try and pinch this contest. #6 Biz Power has been consistent and is unlucky not to already be a winner. He’s trialled well on the dirt previously and it should prove suitable on race day. #4 All For South is next best and is a lightly raced prospect, who is open to improvement.
Race 8: Calla Lily Handicap
#5 Winning For All has ability and just needs the right run from the widest draw to be competitive here. This is his preferred course and distance and with even luck he is capable of finishing over the top of them. #3 Private Rocket is as consistent as they come. Jerry Chau takes seven pounds off his back which helps and from the inside draw he is going to get his chance. #10 Dublin Star won over this course and distance three starts ago. He draws well and has proven himself up in class since that success three starts ago. #12 Sky Show is inexperienced but on his day is a strong performer. Keep safe.
Race 9: Firecracker Vine Handicap
#10 Romantic Combo narrowly missed last time out over the mile and that proved to be exactly what he is after. He’s racing well and can breakthrough here at his second try over the mile. #3 Kyrus Unicorn has ability and could roll forward here from the inside gate to take up the lead. Strong booking of Zac Purton warrants respect and he’s worth supporting on a win and place line. #2 Uncle Steve is in-form. He’s placed in his last two starts and he gets another chance here as he is clearly relishing the drop from Class 2 to Class 3. #8 Tempest Express is next best.
Race 10: Bellflower Handicap
#14 Beauty Smile slots in light after running a blinder in Class 3 last time out. He steps back into Class 2 now but does get in with a light weight and he appears capable of taking the next step here. #1 Band Of Brothers has the class edge. This is his course and distance and if he can shoulder top weight then he is the one to beat. #2 Ballistic King is a solid performer in Class 2 and is, unlucky not to be a four or five-time winner having finished second on six occasions. #11 Invincible Missile draws poorly but is not without a chance as a competitive performer in this grade.