Top class trainers at tomorrow’s racing

TOP class trainers Mick Price, Colin Little, Anthony Freedman, the Hawkes family and Peter Moody will be represented in tomorrow’s meeting at Greenwattle Racecourse.

In race two, Joey’s Star for Sharyn Trolove has drawn wide but that should not be a problem from the 1200 metre start. In the same race Secret Wand, a filly by Elusive Quality, trained by Julie Scott, won a trial at Sale and will be ridden by Peter Mertens.

Prospector’s Luck runs in the 1400m maiden for Cliff Murray on his home track but does have classy opposition. The race five Showcase event looks a good race for Private Label.

Sendari, a last start winner at Geelong, likes sting out of track and contests race six for Paul and Tracey Templeton. Uno No, trained by Ian Hutchins, is entered in the same event and is always around the money.

Andrew Murray galloper Stringy was scratched from Sandown last Wednesday and with Matthew Allen back in the saddle looks suited with barrier one. Bitey Horsey (Murray) and Rocket Rod (Natasha Adams) are also contesting this Showcase event.

Candy Man, a recent trial winner at Sale, is back in the hands of original trainer Kevin Milham and is entered in race eight. Tanjil, for Mario Farrugia, is stepping up in class but can be effective on soft ground and Sally Wynne is engaged to ride.

Benambra is close to winning for Julie Scott and Matt Pumpa, making race eight a tough race to finish the day.

Racing begins at 1pm.

SECOND King won the Stony Creek Cup on Sunday.

Ridding by Peter Mertens and trained at Cranbourne by Michael Kent, Second King finished ahead of favourite Module, trained at Moe by Peter Gelagotis.