Punters are really keen on a couple of horses in the Group l Myer Classic (1600m) at Flemington this Saturday, and they are backing with confidence.
The first of them is the William Reid winner Silent Sedition for Andrew Noblet. She had no luck last time in the Tristarc but a better gate and Katelyn Mallyon back on has seen her price tumble in from the double figures of $12 to now be an $8.00 chance.
The other key firmer is the three year old filly Shoals, who ran second to Aloisia in the Thousand Guineas. She opened $6.50 and has been crunched, now into $5.00 and is now equal favourite alongside Global Glamour, who has firmed too, in from $5.50.
The nibble at odds has been for Heavens Above, who was desperately unlucky in this race last year. She’s $17 in from $19