Trainer Mick Price has been thrilled with the benefit taken by Prince Of Brooklyn since his return this time, and the three-year-old has subsequently continued to firm in AR Creswick Series Final betting markets.
Prince Of Brooklyn has only made a handful of appearances since his highly-anticipated debut during the Adelaide Autumn Carnival in 2015, but he has more than stamped himself as a serious racehorse in posted two wins and a minor.
Taking out the Group 3 National Stakes (1200m) on debut before repeating the dose in the Elvstroem Classic (1300m) three weeks later, the Magnus gelding returned in spring for sixth in the Group 3 McNeil Stakes (1200m).
Returning to the paddock after failing to make anything of an impression or beat a runner home in the Listed Pin & Win Stakes (1400m) on September 12th, Prince Of Brooklyn returned this time for second in the Kane Constructions 3.y.o Handicap (1200m) on June 18th.
Drawn favourably in barrier 5, Prince Of Brooklyn ha cut into AR Creswick Series Final odds of $6.50; having opened at a quote of $7.50.
The AR Creswick Series Final field boasts a particularly talented field including both Odyssey Moon and Sooboog; who currently tie up the top two lines of betting.
Odyssey Moon began his racing career under the guidance of Rod Northam, but has arguably taken a step up in class since arriving into the care of Robert Smerdon this time.
Running fourth in the Group 3 Zeditave Stakes (1200m) first-up on February 28th, the Snitzel colt placed third in the Listed Bendigo Guineas (1400m) before placing a close second to He’s Our Rokkii in the Group 3 Carbine Club Stakes (1600m) on Day 1 of The Championships.
Resuming from a freshen-up for third in the Listed Straight Six (1200m) at Flemington, Odyssey Moon will be seeking a third-consecutive win on Saturday after taking out each of the Ladbrokes Cash In Handicap (1300m) and Midwest Bellarine Handicap (1100m) most recently.
Sooboog savaged the line for second in the Group 2 Euclase Stakes (1200m) first-up on May 7th, but failed to make anything of an impression when tenth in the talent-rich Group 1 The Goodwood (1200m) a fortnight later.
Responding well for fifth in the Ladbrokes Cash In Handicap most recently, the son of Snitzel won a strong barrier trial on June 28th and should perform well with only 56kgs.
Lord Von Costa ($7.50) is the only other runner currently available at AR Creswick Series Final odds of less-than $10 with Ladbrokes Australia.