Talented Peter Moody-trained galloper Golden Archer heads the current betting market for the Listed 2012 Heath 1100 at Caulfieldon Saturday.
The promising four-year-old is currently being offered at $3.40 to win the sprint after impressing in two starts since resuming from injury.
A son of Rock Of Gibraltar, Golden Archer won the Monjon Australia Handicap first-up before finishing runner-up to Shanghai Warrior in the Aurie’s Star Handicap.
Otherwise known at Theshark.com.au Stakes, following closely in the market is fellow flyer African Pulse who kicked off his spring with a win earlier this month in the Colwell and Singh Handicap.
Trained by Michael Moroney, African Pulse is likely to be targeted at some of the major spring sprints after being just off the pace as a three-year-old in the autumn.
Just behind the top pair in the betting is the in-form Freereturn ($7.00) and exciting mare Platelet ($8.50) who are both out to continue winning streaks.
Trained by Jason Warren, Freereturn is chasing a third consecutive victory after winning both the Harvey Sprint at Moonee Valley and the Listed Regal Roller Stakes at Caulfield.
Platelet returns from a short break to attempt a fourth straight win after a strong winter that culminated with victory in the Monash Stakes.
Having their first start of the spring is Clarry Connors-trained gelding Dee’N’Gee ($10.00) who boasts an impressive record of seven wins from 14 starts.
Also in the Heath 1100 market at double figure odds are recent Melbourne winner Glows ($10.00) and Darren Weir-trained Rue Maple ($11.00).
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