NEWS PREVIEW

Best From The West - November 25

In what is easily the best field we've seen assembled in the Railway Stakes [1600m], the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott trained Supply And Demand creates plenty of interest.
A revelation over the staying trips last time Supply And Demand is back better than ever and appears well placed to clinch his maiden Group 1 success.
Having caught the eye first up behind his stablemate Cabeza De Vaca, Supply and Demand went on to finish a narrow second behind Hellova Street at Flemington.
With two runs over 7 f he has had the perfect grounding for the mile and appears set to peak racing third
From the wide draw he is expected to roll forward and certainly gets his chance under the handicap conditions.
When assessing Timeform weight adjusted ratings, he sits atop and given as much as 10-1 is being offered about his chances, he is a great each-way bet.
The stable has been airborne during the Spring and confident Supply And Demand can continue that trend on Saturday.

The Team Pearce trained Money Maher spaced his rivals in the Listed Fairetha Stakes [1400m] and appears well placed to clinch the Group 2 W.A. Guineas [1600m].
Only lightly raced, Money Maher relished the step up to 7 f last start when taking full advantage of the solid tempo, surging away to score by two lengths.
A winner of three of his four starts this time his only blemish came when unsuited on a soft track two back.
On that occasion they crawled in front and he was simply left with too much to
His last start performance indicated that he will relish the mile and like the fact he has drawn out, leaving Noske with plenty of options.
Expected to settle midfield or just worse, there looks to be plenty of speed engaged and with clear air on straightening he should prove very hard to hold out.
Best From The West
BET OF THE DAY (1): Race 8 #4 Supply And Demand @ $11.00
BET OF THE DAY (2): Race 6 #3 Money Maher @ $4.50

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