Brilliant filly Zelady’s Night Out has drawn a handy barrier at three in the Listed $100,000 The Groove Train Calaway Gal Stakes (1050m) at Doomben on Saturday.
The Tony Gollan trained Zelady’s Night Out showed a sizzling turn of foot with an all the way win in a 1050m two year old Handicap at Doomben on November 14 and Jim Byrne takes the ride again.
Another scintillating display by the Myboycharlie filly will she her cement herself at the top of the betting for the $2m Magic Millions 2yo Classic at the Gold Coast on January 9.
The Late Kiss is also a winner at her only race start when she came from near the tail of the field to record a neck win Our Cinderella in a 1110m two year old Handicap at Doomben on November 21.
The Steven O’Dea trained filly has drawn barrier eight in the twelve horse field and Paul Hammersley is in the saddle again.
Our Cinderella has also accepted for the Calaway Gal Stakes and will jump from barrier seven with Glen Boss taking the reins.
Trainer Kristie Clark-Peoples has added the blinkers to the race day gear of Our Cinderella.
Gold Coast trainer John Smerdon is bringing his filly Starante to town after she scored on debut over 900m on her home track on November 21 and will jump from barrier six with Luke Rolls on top.
Spot The Diff is the other winner in the field and has drawn off the track at barrier eleven with Luke Tarrant taking over from Luke Dittman.
The Snitzel filly scored two starts back over 1110m at Doomben then was beaten as favourite when one and a half lengths sixth over 1050m in a two year old Handicap at Doomben last Saturday week.
Gai Waterhouse has brought her Fastnet Rock filly Serene’s Pride (barrier 4) to Brisbane to run in the Galaway Gal Stakes and has engaged Glen Colless to ride.
Serene’s Pride has had one run for a second in a 1000m two year old fillies Maiden at Warwick Farm on November 25.