The 2012 Keith Mackay Quality (1200m) is the second of two juvenile events at Royal Randwick this Saturday and it stands as a key support act on an action-packed card that features the prestigious Doncaster Mile.
Magic Millions winner Driefontein is the most established runner in 10-horse field and she is currently a short-priced $2.20 favourite at bookmaker.com.au.
She comes up against some promising fillies though including Anthony Cummings-trained Agueda ($4.60), Reisling Stakes third place-getter Meidung ($5.50) and last-start winners Single Style ($7.00) and Medusa’s Miss ($12.00).
You would be excused for not knowing too much about this field of two-year-olds, with plenty of inexperienced runners in the field.
Worry no more as the Races.com.au team has poured over the form and have come up our top tips for that is the second race on Doncaster Day at Randwick tomorrow.
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Driefontein may have to carry 60.5kg on a wet Randwick track but the Fastnet Rock filly is a classy two-year-old and should have too much talent for her opponents.
Prior to a Golden Slipper sixth, the Gai Waterhouse-trained horse was unbeaten from four starts and has already collected more than $1.38 million in prize money.
Regular Waterhouse jockey Tommy Berry has ridden her in all of her starts to date and he will again be on board when she runs first past the post in tomorrow’s $100,000 Listed event.
New Zealand filly Single Style faces a step up in her first Listed race tomorrow but she has been in tremendous form in her two starts to date.
She stormed on to the scene when winning by more than three lengths on debut at Canterbury in March and backed it up with a 2.5 length win at Warwick Farm on April 4.
Agueda has finished near the front end in his six starts to date, winning once and placing on another four occasions and that trend looks likely to continue.
The General Nediym filly impressed in two starts when stepping up to Group level, running fourth in the Sweet Embrace Stakes before finishing runner-up last weekend in the Kindergarten Stakes.
With just one race under her belt, Medusa’s Miss is a bit of an unknown quantity but the Kevin Moses-trained filly provides value at $12.00.
The wet track could cause some problems for the inexperienced horse when running from the inside barrier but she signalled plenty of potential two weeks ago when winning by nearly five lengths on debut at Kembla Grange.