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Four-year-old Ability is set to post a maiden black type win when he takes his place in the Listed All Victorian Sprint Final field at Flemington on Saturday afternoon.

Ability is set to start a clear favourite in Saturday's Listed All Victorian Sprint Final. Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos

Ability is set to start a clear favourite in Saturday’s Listed All Victorian Sprint Final. Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos

That is the tale of the tape in All Victorian Sprint Final betting markets, where Ability has continued to firm into outright favouritism having found outstanding form this time in.

The Reward For Effort gelding has posted a commendable five and four minors through only fourteen career starts and is yet to taste anything but success this time in.

Resuming for a comfortable win in Cafetto BM78 (1000m) on June 3rd, Ability was last seen beating a classy field to the line in the Gerald Egan Handicap (1100m) on June 24th; overcoming several of his All Victorian Sprint Final opponents.

Tashbeeh returned to the races for a classy win in the Listed Straight Six (1200m) down the famous Flemington straight, but is yet to herald much interest in All Victorian Sprint Final betting markets.

The Commands entire has displayed a keen affiliation with racing on the straight and been a strong and consistent performer for Lindsay Park throughout his entire career to date; winning seven of his thirty-one starts and finishing in the minors a further eleven times.

Tashbeeh is generally at his best early in his campaigns; having run fourth in the Group 1 Memsie Stakes (1400m) second-up in spring, and should only improve into this race following his hit-out in the Straight Six.

While charged with carrying a race-high 60kgs, Tashbeeh should have no issue finding the rail from barrier 1 and will be partnered by in-form hoop Jordan Childs.

Camdus takes 6kgs from topweight Tashbeeh, could receive the run of the race from barrier 2 and has found strong and consistent form leading into the All Victorian Sprint Final.

Running on well to finish sixth amongst talented company in the SouthAustralia.com BM90 (1200m) at Morphettville on May 13th, the Street Cry gelding returned to Victoria for a smart win in the WT Partnership BM84 (1200m) before placing second behind Lord Da Vinci in the GJK Facility Services Handicap (1200m) last time out.

Husson Eagle (barrier 10) is another horse who has relished straight track racing throughout his entire career and is over the All Victorian Sprint Final odds at his current quote.

Husson Eagle flew home to finish second in the Gerald Egan Handicap last time out and was unlucky not to pip Ability on the line.

He will relish a step up to 1200m and will be partnered by talented an in-form hoop Ben Allen from a wide draw.

The Husson gelding is yet to herald much interest in All Victorian Sprint Final betting markets and is available at a $6.50 quote at Ladbrokes.com.au.

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Jared Timms

Jared graduated with a journalism degree in 2011. He is a keen sports fan and has enjoyed many accolades for his lively writing style and comprehensive coverage of major sporting events and horse racing. Today, you can find Jared cheering on his beloved Manchester City with a beer in hand.

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