DANCING Tycoon gets all the favours at Sandown with the perfect draw and weight relief, according to Herald Sun form analyst Leo Schlink.
The Mick Price three-year-old filly will also appreciate the extra distance after just failing over 1100m at the same venue.
Leo believes that’s enough for him to nominate her as his best bet for the Easter Monday meeting.
DANCING TYCOON (Race 3, No. 4)
Chased strongly when narrowly beaten here last start. Extra 100m and Stephanie Thornton’s 2kg claim should prove significant.
SUNQUEST (Race 2, No. 11)
Luckless at Geelong last start. Formline includes seconds to Cliff’s Edge and Masculino.
LAKHONI (Race 8, No. 5)
Solid win at Bendigo first-up. Can go on with it here.
ANGELIC SPIRIT (Race 4, No. 2)
Impressive last-start Ballarat winner. Drawn awkwardly but Michael Walker is riding superbly.
THE TRAINER: PAT CAREY
MACLAIREY (Race 2, No. 6)
“His two runs to date have been quite promising and he’ll be improved by the experience. He’s drawn well and Sandown should suit him.
TOORAK COWBOY (Race 5, No. 8)
“He’s raced consistently and he’s been up for a while. Now is the right time to give him a crack back at 1400m. He’s likely race in a more forward position with the aid of a good draw.”
THE JOCKEY: DWAYNE DUNN
A select book for the leading horseman including SPORTY (Race 2, No. 15), SHARPNESS (Race 6, No. 5), TYCOON TONY (Race 7, No. 5) and WOULDA THOUGHT SO (Race 8, No. 17).