I’m forgiving this filly's second-up run, where she was expected to win over the 1200m at Doomben.
There were excuses for her in that run, given she got a bit worked up and was difficult to load into the barrier. Adding to her challenges that day, she was forced to lump 60.5 kgs on a Heavy 9 surface.
The daughter of Bel Esprit has an impeccable record, winning 4 from 6 career starts and finishing in the placings on the other two occasions.
First-up this prep, she took care of the second elect in this market Mishani Miss, defeating her by four lengths. Mishani Miss then went on to win comfortably in Saturday grade the next start, so that’s a good guide for this.
With the 3kg claim from Alex Patis, Kisukano gets in with 59kg. The apprentice rode her last start and has a competitive winning strike rate of 13% over the past 12 months.
Expect the Michael Nolan trained filly to stalk the leaders, pull out in the straight and show us her real class.
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