Justice Lass Out To Continue Winning Form

Justice Lass will be looking to continue her strong recent form when lining up in the Class 4 over 1700m on the Polytrack at Kranji on Sunday.
The Michael Clements-trained had been knocking on the door before a nice win by two and a half lengths over this C/D last time out over Shoqeet.
Shoqeet has since gone on to win a Benchmark 67 which strengthens the form and Justice Lass rates very well against her rivals today.
From the middle draw Justice Lass is likely to roll forward with Michael Rodd on board to settle on the speed and well and truly proven over the 1 1⁄16 m now will be very hard to beat.
Despite winning just the two races in her 24 career outings, the daughter of Canford Cliffs has been very consistent in recent times and the last start win could just give her the confidence she needs to go on with
Does have the extra 6lbs this time however she won’t find this any tougher today and having won with such ease last start that bodes well for today.
Amazing Man is another who has managed just the two wins in 23 starts but comes off a dominant victory over this C/D last time out by three lengths.
Settled just off the leaders from the inside draw on that occasion and from the same barrier today would expect him to be prominent once again.
Has been very competitive his last three races and in arguably career best form another win today is not out of the question.
Lim’s Archer led all the way to win over the mile on the turf last time out in a Class 4 in what was his best run since joining the Lee Freedman stable.
The former Australian-trained runner is yet to run on the Polytrack which is a slight concern however if he can run up to anything near his last start effort he is certainly a big chance in this.
Winning by two lengths last start the step up to 1 1⁄16 m should not pose too many problems for the five-year-old gelding who should roll forward again today from barrier 8.
Likely to set a pretty decent tempo and based on his last start effort you would expect him to take some getting past.
Fuego is up in the weights off some strong recent form winning two starts back in a Kranji Stakes D before running a solid second in a class four over the mile on the turf last time out.
Also has some doubts on the Polytrack yet to race on the surface since coming to Singapore but on his last couple of outings cannot be discounted today.
Good luck!

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