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The 2010 Fernwood Liverpool Silver Shadow Stakes has attracted a classy final field of 13 fillies headlined by Chance Bye, Obsequious and Solar Charged.
Snitzel filly Chance Bye is trained by Michael Tubman at Kembla Grange and was one of last season’s fairy tale stories winning the Silver Slipper at Rosehill before finishing ninth in the Golden Slipper.
Drawn well in barrier three, Chance Bye looks set to have a top run in her first-up spring start.
Another early favourite at Ladbrokes.com.au is the John O’Shea-trained Solar Charged.
The Charge Forward filly will jump out wide from barrier 12 with champion hoop Nash Rawiller aboard.
Despite drawing wide, the last-start runner-up in the Group 3 San Domenico Stakes (1000m) has the speed and ability to present a real danger.
The filly that beat Solar Charged in the San Domenico, Obsequious, also has claims on Saturday.
The Peter Snowden-trained daughter of Lonhro will jump from barrier 10 seeking her third career win at her sixth start.
Two starters that could cause an upset after drawing the two inside barriers are Elimbari and the Gai Waterhouse-trained More Strawberries, so make sure you keep an eye on their odds at Ladbrokes.com.au when seeking a value bet.
The most anticipated race on Saturday’s eight-event card is the $175,000 Group 2 Warwick Stakes (1400m) featuring a number of Group 1 winners and placegetters including Theseo, Danleigh and Metal Bender, and the $125,000 Group 3 Up And Coming Stakes (1200m) featuring track stars Skilled and Decision Time.
The 2010 Silver Shadow Stakes will jump at 3:15pm as race five.
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2010 Silver Shadow Stakes Final Field & Barriers
|Michael Tubman||Kathy O’Hara||3||57||81|
|John O’Shea||Nash Rawiller||12||56.5||91|
|Anthony Cummings||Hugh Bowman||5||56||74|
|Anthony Cummings||Peter Robl||6||56||71|
|Gai Waterhouse||Glyn Schofield||2||54||87|
|John O’Shea||Blake Shinn||7||54||78|
|Tim Martin||Jay Ford||13||54||75|
|Kris Lees||Tye Angland||1||54||71|
SLOW THE FLOW
DANCE OF THE OCEAN
|John P Thompson||Dean Holland||9||54||63|
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