My Horse To Continue Top Form At Kranji

My Horse has been racing in terrific form of late and looks well suited again when he lines up in the Class 3 over 1000m on the Polytrack at Kranji on Sunday.
The four-year-old gelding comes into the race having won three of his last five, running narrow second placings on the other two occasions.
My Horse has continued to improve this preparation and ran to a new career peak rating last start which brings him right into this race today.
Nooresh Juglall remains on board and from the handy draw will push forward and settle on the speed once again.
Given plenty of time since his last start effort, My Horse was scratched on June 10 when lame in the near-fore prior to the race however he should be ready to fire now and ticks all the boxes to continue his winning form.
The four-year-old gelding does his best racing over the shorter trips and off two terrific runs in the same class over this C/D, he only goes up a half kilo off his last start win and will take a power of running down.
Cousteau did not have a great deal of luck last start when covering a fair bit of ground but still managed to stick on for fourth behind Elite Power over this C/D in a Class 3.
That effort came on the back of a nice win over My Gold and he looks to have come back in very good order this campaign.
I highly doubt he will get as far back in the run as he did last start from a wide draw and from the handy barrier six today will settle much closer to the speed.
Cousteau has run pretty similar figures his last three starts and staying the same company but dropping 4lbs he should certainly be right in the finish again today.
First Choice has had some very good recent duals with My Horse and expect them to renew that rivalry again today.
First Choice got the better of My Horse three starts back however the next time they met the roles were reversed when My Horse was able to get the better of First Choice.
First Choice has since gone on to run fifth in a Class 3 over 6 f and should relish the drop back to 5 f today.
Daniel Moor goes on board for the first time and should push forward from barrier 9 having settled in the first two his last three outings.
Drops in weight on what he has been carrying his last couple and will give a very big sight in front once again today.
Good luck!

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