Best From The West - February 10

The Adam Durrant trained Kiss The Breeze has displayed above average ability in her two starts and appears well placed to bring up the hat-trick at Pinjarra on Saturday.
Due to contest the sixth event, the daughter of Star Witness did a great job on debut when justifying her heavy market support at Belmont over 5 f.
Sent straight for a spell, Kiss The Breeze returned in fantastic order when too strong at Ascot over 5 1⁄2 f.
Although she didn't space her rivals, she did it both ends and returned decent figures in the process.
From the middle draw she is expected to settle just off the speed and should be aided by the slight step up in trip.
Trainer Adam Durrant has not been one to hide his high opinion of the filly and she appears set for loftier targets down the track.
Under the set-weights conditions, she appears very well placed and should take a power of beating with the Wizard aboard.
Locking away anything better than even money looks a great bet.
The Justine Erkelens trained Yeah Dardy returned in great order last start when saluting comfortably at this course and distance.
Admittedly Gee Boss was a horror show in behind, however his performance in winning was still very good and like the way he has been kept fresh (35 days).
Given the soft trial in the lead Yeah Dardy appears in good order and meets Gee Boss 8lbs better off at the weights.
Concede Gee Boss will be very hard to beat, however the current gap between the two in the market is too great.
More than happy to back Yeah Dardy on the each-way.
BET OF THE DAY: Race 6 #4 Kiss The Breeze @ $2.10
EACH WAY PLAY : Race 8 #5 Yeah Dardy @ $6.00

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