Tony Gollan’s undefeated filly Sheiswhathseis is currently co-favourite to keep her flawless record intact when she runs in Saturday’s Gold Coast Bracelet 2015 on AD Hollindale Stakes Day this weekend.
A key lead-up to the $500,000 Group 1 Queensland Oaks (2200m) at Doomben on May 30, the $125,000 Listed Border Security Services Gold Coast Bracelet (1800m) features a full field of three-year-old fillies on Saturday.
There are 14 runners guaranteed a start plus two emergencies, the latest Gold Coast Bracelet odds at Ladbrokes.com.au led by $4 co-favourites Sheiswhatsheis and Bohemian Lily.
A striking black daughter of Bernardini, Sheiswhatsheis debuted at Ipswich on March 4 for a win over 1200m before another success at the same track a fortnight later over the 1350m in the wet.
Last time out she won her third straight when tested over 1630m at Doomben.
Tegan Harrison stays on again for the filly’s maiden black type assignment in the Bracelet, Sheishwatsheis set to appreciate the extra metres but drawn wide in barrier 13.
Her biggest threat is the firming Bohemian Lily in from $4.50 who is drawn better in barrier eight with Blake Shinn to ride.
Sydney’s Gai Waterhouse prepares the visiting daughter of O’Reilly, the Kiwi import Group 2 performed back in NZ and coming off a first-up second over the Warwick Farm mile from April 8 behind Saturday’s Group 3 Gunsynd Classic hopeful Invinzabeel in her debut down under.
Following the top two are then equal $5.50 second picks with the rails-drawn Miss Interiors to be ridden by Glen Boss from gate one and the market mover Imperial Lass backed right in from her opening odds of $8.
The Anthony Cummings-trained Flying Spur filly Miss Interiors is Group 1 performed this autumn, she failed that run when dead last (14th) to Fenway in the Vinery Stud Stakes but improved in easier company when third in the Benchmark 87 Bohemian Lily also graduates from.
Imperial Lass is a Luke Nolen mount this weekend, the Peter Moody-trained Travistock filly another Group 1 performer when 11th of 12 runners in the Group 1 Crown Oaks (2500m) from the spring.
She raced first-up at Warwick farm on March 25 in the wet and finished third behind subsequent dual Group 3 winning colt Hi World over the mile leading into her Queensland debut.
Also under $10 to win is the consistent Col ‘N’ Lil ($7.50) coming off a second to Sheiswhatsheis from earlier in the month, before first emergency Empress Zhao ($10) and the Jason McLachlan-trained Game Of Fame ($11) represent the best of the double figure hopefuls.
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