Saturday Racing Multibet October 16

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This shapes as an interesting affair with some promising three-year-olds in action and EXTREME FLIGHT (PLACE) can continue to progress after striking at Sandown recently. The Anthony & Sam Freedman-trained galloper rises in grade but left the likes of Prix De Turn in his wake that day and that horse was solid in the Caulfield Guineas when charging from the rear for 7th. Extreme Flight went 7.3 lengths faster than standard in his recent run, which are the second best last start figures of any runner outside of Daily Bugle, who backs up after missing out in the Caulfield Guineas, while he might have a bit of upside over the likes of Sandy Prince, who has been up for a while.

KEMENTARI (PLACE) is the first emergency in the Everest but if the seven-year-old misses a start he looms as a serious threat in the Sydney Stakes, which features a few of those that missed the cut in the big one. The often maligned galloper has some excellent form over the 1200m in the last couple of years and claimed the Gilgai Stakes (1200m) at Flemington recently, defeating the Newmarket (1200m) winner, Zoutori. I like the fact that he sticks to the trip and he has form around Masked Crusader, Trekking and Dirty Work in previous starts over the six furlongs. He has attracted a heap of support in the early betting and should get a nice steer from Hugh Bowman with the pair to jump from barrier 7.

The Craven Plate shapes as a quality support race to the Everest at Randwick on Saturday and HUNGRY HEART (PLACE) is a very solid player out to the 2000m. The Vinery Stud Stakes (2000m) and Australian Oaks (2400m) winner from the autumn comes off an Epsom (1600m) run and settled back that day before finishing 8th, beaten three lengths by Private Eye. The daughter of Frankel went a tick under 11 lengths faster than standard, which are the best last start figures of any runner. She held her figures when fourth up last time in the Vinery Stud Stakes. Soft track form looks moderate on paper but a number of those starts have come at earlier stages in preparations when unsuited, while she was solid enough when 4th in the George Main (1600m) on the Soft a couple of starts ago. She will get back but pace looks solid enough for her to launch at them late.

INCENTIVISE (WIN) can overcome the wide gate in the Caulfield Cup and I am banking on Brett Prebble not being posted out for too long. The untapped five-year-old has he tactical speed to cross the likes of Homesman and Delphi, who are among those inside of him, while a truly run race will only suit him anyway. The step up to the 2400m is perfect and his figures improved with every run in Queensland so I do believe he has plenty of upside at this stage of his campaign. The former Steve Tregea galloper stepped out for his second start for Peter Moody in the Turnbull Stakes (2000m) and led before denying the challenge from Young Werther. The figures out of that race are superior than the last start efforts of any other runner and I loved the way he lifted a notch when Young Werther loomed. Six of the past 12 winners have come out of the Turnbull and without the presence of any international runners, he will be too good.





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