All eyes will be on Ozzmosis, who makes his debut at Gosford on Thursday, after punters snapped up early offers.
Bjorn Baker-trained gallopers lined up in the Bendigo Bank Maiden Handicap (1100m) and performed two impressive runs before completing the task Deep tryout.
Plus, he’s still learning, but has won two heats in style, and the clock has backed up his visual dominance.
The charming two-year-old had an aggressive race setup from the start of the first hurdle, with champion jockey James MacDonald riding.
Tamaroa, representing value, looms a knockout chance.
The light-running sprinter races through time/section times and brings a key fitness advantage over his competitors.
The gelding weaved in the last leg at Kembla after being held up at the crucial stage of the straight.
Plus, he rushed to the free-throw line and ran some of the fastest closeouts in the conference, only to miss a tight finish.
He will need to take his luck from an awkward draw, but will have the chance to hammer the goal hard with the real tempo expected.