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Peter Moody-trained mare Lights Of Heaven stands as one of the best chances to upset her stable mate Manighar in tomorrow’s Group 1 $500,000 2012 Doomben Cup (2000m).
The Zabeel four-year-old was beaten at the line by Shez Sinsational last start in wet conditions and should improve with an expected dry track at Doomben this weekend.
She had a tremendous start to her career last year when winning her first four starts including the Group 1 Schweppes Oaks and since then has been solid when taking on older horses.
The New Zealand-bred mare has drawn nicely in barrier six and sits just behind Shez Sinsational at $6.00 in the Doomben Cup market.
Horse Facts – Lights Of Heaven
- Jockey: Damien Oliver
- Barrier: 6
- Trainer: Peter Moody
- Owners: Mrs JM Wanless
- Age: 4YO
- Gender: Mare
- Breeding: by Zabeel out of I’m In Heaven
- Career: 11-4-2-1
- Prize Money: $515,188
- Last Six: 593072
- Current Doomben Cup Odds: $6.00
Yes – Lights Of Heaven can win the Doomben Cup
- She has won over the Doomben Cup 2000 metre distance
- She has drawn nicely in barrier six
- She was impressive last start in the Hollindale Stakes
- She has won at Group 1 level
No – Lights Of Heaven can’t win the Doomben Cup
- She faces a tough ask to upset Manighar
- How will she adjust to new jockey Damien Oliver?
- She hasn’t won since March 2011
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