Sydney Specials: Randwick – October 21

The Carnival has gone to Melbourne however a pair of stakes winners have stayed at home and look well worth backing at Randwick.
Feature racing for the Sydney Spring Carnival finished with a bang as over 30,000 people converged on Randwick to watch The Everest last weekend won by Redzel.
A more low key meeting is conducted at the course seven days later however it still features three stakes events.
One of them is the Listed Brian Crowley Stakes (1200m) where it is shaping as a case of third time lucky for Single Bullet.

The Not A Single Doubt colt has finished second in each of his two runs this campaign, both behind Viridine in the Heritage Stakes (1100m) and the Roman Consul Stakes (1200m).
They have been admiral performances and with Viridine now in Melbourne, Single Bullet can move out of his shadow.
Single Bullet is the proven class colt of the field having won the Pago Pago Stakes as a two-year-old in the same campaign he also placed in a Skyline Stakes at this course and distance.
With added fitness third Single Bullet shapes as the one to beat.
Saturday’s Randwick program will be the first conducted in Sydney on rain affected ground since August 5 so the dust must be blown off the wet track form of runners through the nine race card.
Single Bullet’s best performances as a two-year-old came in the Pago Pago Stakes (Soft 7) and the Skyline Stakes (Heavy
The track is expected to race in the Soft 6 – Soft 7 range which should prove no issue for Single Bullet.
The following event is The Nivison which shapes as a case of class versus placement.
Daysee Doom and Dixie Blossoms are the clear class runners of the event and are pitchforked into the race under Set Weights plus Penalties.
They are however dropping back from 1 m to 6 f.
For that reason, looking around the pair could prove profitable.
Kinshachi profiles as a strong each way play at double figure odds.
The mare is highly consistent and was twice stakes placed last campaign.
She has won three of her four prior first up outings and was Group placed on the other occasion.
The daughter of Commands is yet to run out of the money in seven prior starts on rain affected ground.
All her wins have come over this distance and one of those came in her lone prior visit to this track.
Kinshachi has her first start under the care of James Cummings on Saturday who has hit the ground running as Godolphin Australia’s Head Trainer, enjoying a strike rate of 23%.
Sydney Specials: Randwick – October 21

Best Of The Day: #1 Single Bullet @ $4.00
Each Way Play: #8 Kinshachi @ $11.00

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