Saturday Racing Multibet February 24
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CAULFIELD RACE 4 – 1:55PM SPORTSBET ZEDITAVE STAKES (1200 METRES)
BRAVE MEAD (PLACE) should be hard to beat in the Zeditave Stakes for the three-year-olds. The Ciaron Maher-trained galloper resumed off a nine week break in the Manfred Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield last month and was too slick for the likes of King Colorado and Steparty. That form looks good for this and the son of Brave Smash went 9.7 lengths faster than standard benchmark, which is a better figure than what any horse in this race has produced and six lengths better than the next best last start figures of any runner. He is the one they have to catch.
CAULFIELD RACE 7 – 3:40PM LAMARO’S HOTEL FUTURITY STAKES (1400 METRES)
Impossible to go past MR BRIGHTSIDE (WIN) in the Futurity Stakes and it is really hard to find a chink in his armour. The six-year-old displayed his qualities when resuming with a memorable win in the CF Orr Stakes (1400m) when arriving in time and should only improve off that hitout. He is four from four at the track and trip and should be able to stalk Buffalo River from barrier 5 in the first of the Caulfield Group 1 races.
ROSEHILL RACE 8 – 4:35PM PRECISE AIR HOBARTVILLE STAKES (1400 METRES)
ENCAP (PLACE) shapes as a solid prospect in the Hobartville Stakes at Rosehill. The consistent performer from the Gary Portelli stable has placed in seven of his eight career starts and resumed with a minor placing behind Caballus at Group 3 level over the 1200m at Randwick on February 10. He was never really clear in the straight and was also hampered at the start. Wide draw is a concern but he will improve off his recent run, while he is a track and distance winner.
ROSEHILL RACE 9 – 5:15PM CHANDON HANDICAP (1100 METRES)
FRILLED (PLACE) went down for the first time in her career when resuming at Randwick on February 10 and the four-year-old can go very close to bouncing back in this race. A winner of five from six, the Matthew Smith-trained four-year-old attempted to lead all the way when resuming and just went down late behind Brudenell. She will strip fitter for this and meets a number of the same rivals again, while she is 2kg better at the weights over the winner.