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Alizee resumes in the Group Two Light Fingers Stakes at Randwick.

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Flemington Race 4 - NOTIO ($10.00) 

I’m looking away from the favourite Kings Will Dream and I’ve settled on the four-year-old Gelding for Team Hawkes NOTIO. Kings Will Dream has been dominant at his two starts in Australia, winning at Warrnambool and Ballarat. This is a step up in grade and the $2.10 on offer looks rock bottom odds. Notio however, is an incredible each-way price at double figures. He was good first-up behind Sohool and Runson in the inferior ground. Both Sohool and Runson have both gone on to win races. He showed improvement second-up, finishing only a half-length behind Runson and Epic Moment despite displaying signs of Mild Heat Stress post race. He had improvement to come from the yard last start and he should be ready to fire here third-up. From barrier two Dwayne Dunn should put Notio a little further forward than his first two runs this preparation and he can prove very hard to beat at an attractive price.

Flemington Race 5 - KEN’S DREAM ($4.40) 

I’m  very keen on Ken’s Dream and have made it my best of the day at Flemington. The four-year-old Gelding trained by Darren Weir is dropping from a Group 2 race to a Benchmark 90 and somehow still drops in weight, from 58.5kg to 58kg after the claim by Ethan Brown. Having Brown aboard is no negative for mine, I rate him the best apprentice Jockey in Australia. His run in the Group Two Australia Stakes was terrific. He ran 12.12 for his last 200m, beaten only by Mr Sneaky who ran 12.10. Both Mr Sneaky and the winner on this night Thronum have been competitive in the Group One C.F. Orr Stakes. All the speed in this race is from the outside six barriers so It wouldn’t shock me if they come down the grandstand side. Prima and Nasdex look like the logical pace in the race. I really like the run Ken’s Dream will get in the race. He should sit a little closer than usual from gate 10 with a lack of on-pace runners in the race. It’s going to be tough for the likes of Handsome Thief, Lucky Liberty and Atlantic City who will all get back from inside barriers.

Flemington Race 6 - BRING ME ROSES ($7.50) 

Is Bring Me Roses almost the forgotten horse of the Autumn Carnival? She bolted in The Edward Manifold Stakes at her first look at Flemington over the Spring Carnival, defeating the likes of Leather’N’Lace who was the run of the race against the likes of Booker, Shoals and Tulip last week. There are plenty of negatives about some other runners in the race. Aloisia is going to need to be an exceptional horse to win The Vanity first-up. Her Jumpout was plain at best and I’d need to see her in the yard to have any confidence. The outside barrier is also a huge concern. Twitchy Frank will lead and might be worth another chance, my concern is Jockey Ethan Brown said he was of the opinion that the horse might have been coming to the end of her preparation. Paris Rock was impressive last start but did get the race run to suit. If Bring Me Roses is anywhere near full fitness, I think $7.50 is a steal. She can find a more forward position than last preparation from an ideal barrier and be right there to strike. 

Randwick Race 8 - ALIZEE ($1.85) 

Group One winner ALIZEE returns here in the Group Two Light Fingers Stakes. The three-year-old daughter of Sepoy claimed the Group 1 Flight Stakes (1600m) at Randwick during the Spring before heading to Melbourne where she ran below her best but still finished third in the Thousand Guineas behind Aloisia and Shoals which is obviously an A+ form reference. Alizee impressed in her barrier trial at Rosehill, where she finished second and looked to be cruising behind the flying machine Redzel and defeated Winx. Judging by that trial, she has come back a bigger, stronger and better horse which could be scary for her rivals. Her grand final this preparation is the Doncaster Mile and I think she is a big chance everything going well. She should be picking up this race in the program and close to even-money looks very genuine. 



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