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Group winner Shanghai Warrior is poised to resume his career after almost 15 months on the sidelines in Saturday’s sixth heat of the All Victorian Sprint Series at Flemington.
The Pat Hyland-trained five-year-old has been off the scene since March of last year after suffering a tendon injury.
Solicit returned in magnificent order in the Vanity and should be making light work of a Kewney field that has plenty to find against that piece of form.
Solicit’s Vanity success was assessed as the equal of any of her form from the spring, where she showed good promise on the Oaks path, and on profile is one to hit new levels this campaign.
Hucklebuck will be out to stamp his Australian Guineas claims in the C.S Hayes Stakes at Flemington this weekend.
Hucklebuck showed himself back as well as ever winning in Adelaide last time and despite tackling a Hayes of good depth he looks the one best placed to take the prize.
Last start winner Flamberge can go back-to-back when he steps out at Flemington this weekend.
Flamberge didn’t have to run to the peak of his form winning first-up at Caulfield but his effort work forward, control the speed, and kick away returned a figure that puts him right in the firing line again today.
Caulfield Guineas winner Helmet is the star attraction among 113 entries for the $750,000 Australian Guineas at Flemington on March 3.
The Caulfield Guineas winner is seto make his Australian farewell in the Group One event before he is transferred to Europe via the Dubai international carnival.
Honest sprinter First Command can return to winning form in today's Listed Kensington Stakes (race 6) at Flemington.
Prepared by Anthony Freedman, the lightly raced gelding is well suited at Listed level up the straight course and from a high drawn looks hard to beat.
Anacheeva might have started a trend with his win in last year's $100,000 Listed Essendon Nissan McKenzie Stakes (1200m).
The Peter Moody-trained talent won it en route to The Age Caulfield Guineas success and all but two of the horses entered for this year's edition – to be run at Moonee Valley this Saturday – are a chance of following in his footsteps.
Ben Melham was handed his biggest career win when warming the seat on Black Caviar last spring and he gets another sweet ride in Saturday's Group 2 P.B. Lawrence Stakes at Caulfield.
Prior to last year's Group 1 Patinack Farm Classic Peter Moody's stable rider Luke Nolen was suspended and had to forgoe the ride on the top mare, with Melham doing the job superbly scoring a four length win.