Tomorrow our Supremo Struckgold runs his first Canterbury race. Though it's his first race he has a fair chance. All the horses in the race have already run except him. I also really like Mount Eagle to win in the next race if I get any where near the 3 to 1 morning line odds.
Lastly, always be careful looking at times in workouts. I had a couple handicapping friends send me messages about who they liked tomorrow evening. Their criteria involved bullet works and times.
Workout values are generally handicapping myths with little more than random correlation. Unless you have first hand workout knowledge, you have no idea whether horses worked in company (faster as a result), were worked very hard by the rider (faster as a result) or whether the clockers even got the times or horses recorded correctly. Over the years I can't even begin to tell you the jokes shared on the backside of tracks related to reported times. That's why some of us always track workout times ourselves. The workout myth may just affect your handicapping tomorrow. (OK, I know it will, so be careful my handicapping friends ..... or message me if you are swinging big as a result of a workout.)
Dave Astar is a race horse owner, stallion owner, breeder, 40 year business executive, and 50 year handicapper.