Aldo Domeyer can have a great start to the meeting at Durbanville on Saturday.

He rides Dragonfly in Race 1, a Maiden Plate over 1400m, a horse he steered into second place over 1250m last time.

Dragonfly was drawn widest of all and returning from a rest, during which he was gelded, when running on late to fill the runner-up berth behind newcomer Silvano’s Dasher, with re-opposing Infinite Peace only fourth.

On the evidence of that display the step up to 1400m should suit the Candice Bass-Robinson-trained runner, who is well drawn in No 4.

Domeyer then rides Vercingetorix gelding Bereave in Race 2 over 1250m for trainer Adam Marcus.

This lightly raced four-year-old has bumped one better in each of his last two starts in similar contests but would’ve only strengthened and improved during an 11-week break, so is a good bet to go one better and resume winning ways.

Jack Milner

Race 1: 2 Dragonfly, 1 Infinite Peace, 5 Hinckley, 6 Solar Power

Race 2: 1 Bereave, 2 Mister Vargus, 5 Captain Dizzy, 3 Spectra Force

Race 3: 4 Giverny, 3 Magna Mater, 5 Different Drum, 1 Chelsea River

Race 4: 5 Global Ally, 4 Tout A Fait, 11 Vengeance Forever, 6 Millahue

Race 5: 3 Lillybelle, 5 Cape To Rio, 1 Paris Rix, 4 Coffee Break

Race 6: 6 Ravensthorpe, 1 Chollima, 2 Paper Trail, 4 Fort Red

Race 7: 7 Senso Unico, 6 Black Belt, 1 Master Of Power, 4 High Moon

Race 8: 3 Symphony Of Light, 6 Rising Fenix, 9 Kayc Al, 5 Europeana


Race 2 No 1 Bereave


Race 8 No 3 Symphony Of Light


Race 3 3×4 – Jack Milner