Group racing returns to Adelaide tomorrow with the 2012 Marsh Breeders Stakes set to test nine two-year-old horses over 1200 metres at Morphetville.
The race favourite may change before the horses get to the starting line tomorrow with current front-runner Alezan Thunder also entered in Perth’s Karrakatta Plate.
The Karrakatta remains the preferred option for the Mark Kavanagh trained horse but so far she has experienced difficulties in getting a flight to the nation’s West.
The Group 3 event has $115,000 in prize money up for grabs and will run as the fourth race on the Morphetville card tomorrow.
The Races.com.au team has combined to deliver you our best analysis of who will star in the Adelaide feature race.
Road Trippin has produced some very promising results in his young career and we are tipping the gelding to improve again tomorrow.
Trained by Stephen Theodore, he ran second to Golden Slipper chance Snitzerland in February’s Inglis Premier at Mornington and backed that up with a third-place finish to All Too Hard in the Group 2 VRC Sires’ Produce Stakes.
If Alezan Thunder does run in Adelaide tomorrow, the talented filly should be near the front at the business end of the race after signalling potential in her recent outings.
She finished third in January’s Magic Millions event at the Gold Coast and earlier this month ran second in the Listed Pewsey Vale Stakes at Morphetville.
After previously running in 1000 metre races, Dean Lawson trained colt Underestimation showed he appreciated the extra 200 metres last start when he won the 1200 metre Listed St Albans Stakes.
The Races.com.au team expect he will continue that form at the distance and should feature in the placings come tomorrow afternoon.
It will be hit or miss with Mark Kavanagh trained filly Tormented tomorrow at Morphetville.
She won on debut three weeks ago in a lesser quality race and will provide value for the punters if she can reproduce the result against better quality opposition.
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