Our analyst has reviewed the sectional times, ratings & replays from last Saturday’s Caulfield meeting & has placed five horses you must follow in our black book below.


She started poorly and was bumped early by Queen Of Tuscany. Ran the last 400m in 22.83 seconds, the fastest for the meeting, finishing strongly. Looks up to the class and just needs to get away better to be in the finish.

Shock ‘Em Ova

Jumped out slowly and sat backfield for the run. He began to peel out with 400m to go and got to the outside with 300m left. Hitting the lead with 100m to go he kicked away to win by 2.75 lengths. Looks primed to have more success this preparation.


Came into this race off the back of a 1.5 length win in the same grade. She left the gates slowly and over raced in the early and middle stages. She was throwing her head around and didn’t look settled. Couldn’t find a turn of foot in the straight and ran on to finish 10.6 lengths behind Furious. Racing Victoria stewards noted that a post-race veterinary examination revealed no abnormalities. Forgive this bad run as she is sure to bounce back in a good way.


He settled backfield during the run and kicked strongly down the straight with the second fastest last 400m of the meeting of 23.12 seconds. The soft ground didn’t help making it hard to catch the two leaders. He looks ready to win on a good surface.

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