Cobra Sophie drops from maiden special weight to maiden claiming company, a move that proved 'successful' when she broke her maiden in August, only to be subsequently disqualified. That run proved she is well up to winning races, though, and she should go close to getting off the mark if proving equally adept on turf as she is on the all-weather.
The consistent Blutarsky is dropping from $10k claiming company to $6.5k level, a move that could prove a winning one in a trappy contest. Jimmies Truck is closely matched with the selection on recent form, while One for Jack is another that is capable of winning this on a going day.
Slip Kid recorded some big figures last year, but has presumably had a few problems since then. However, his recent second-place finish was a big improvement on his comeback run, and he looks to be rounding back into form. If Slip Kid can recapture his best, a forecast price of 7/2 would be very much on the large side.
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(All from Woodbine)