Godolphin and James Cummings will be represented by Cascadian in the Toorak Handicap and the trainer is confident the horse is ready to win.
Cummings said Cascadian didn’t have any luck in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes where he finished eleventh and went to the line untested after being held up for a run for most of the straight.
“He’s fresh, he’s feeling good and he’s up to 1600 metres for the first time this campaign,” Cummings said.
“If there was any concern it could be that he’s weighted right up to his best, but we have faith in him
“It’s looking like this could be a case of the tectonic plates moving into the right position for a horse whose preparation has been faultless.”
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