Murwillumbah trainer Matthew Dunn is looking...
Talented two-year-old Driefontein will start as odds-on favourite as she attempts to finish her autumn campaign on a high in the Listed 2012 Keith Mackay Quality at Royal Randwick Racecourse this Saturday.
Currently paying $1.95, the Gai Waterhouse filly is by far the most successful runner in the 10-horse field with four wins from five starts.
The Fastnet Rock filly won the Group 2 BJ McLachlan Stakes at Doomben in December before winning the lucrative Magic Millions Classic at the Gold Coast in January.
She won again in the the lead up to her Golden Slipper sixth placing in the Widden Stakes and jockey Tommy Berry is confident she can return to her winning ways this weekend.
“She’ll definitely be the best horse in the race on Saturday and whether she’s had enough or not, we’ll find out,” Berry said.
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