Golden Slipper winner Capitalist is favoured to return to the track a winner in the Group Three San Domenico Stakes.
The prized colt is rated a $1.60 chance in the TAB’s early market for the San Domenico at Rosehill on Saturday.
Trainers Peter and Paul Snowden have had to delay Capitalist’s first run since winning the world’s richest two-year-old race after scratching the colt from the Group Two Missile Stakes at Randwick on Saturday because of the wet conditions.
Stablemate Russian Revolution is listed at $4.60 to win the San Domenico, but he is likely to skip the race in favour of meeting other three-year-olds in the Vain Stakes at Caulfield.
The Team Hawkes-trained Star Turn shares the second line of betting at $4.60, while unbeaten colt Tango Rain, trained by Gerald Ryan, is a $6 hope.
Kentucky Miss, who is also entered for the Quezette Stakes in Melbourne, is at $15, the same price as Mount Panorama who having his first start for trainer Gary Moore.
Manolo Blahniq, a Group Three winner in New Zealand, is set to have his first Australian start after being transferred to Tony Noonan’s stable and is rated a $26 hope.
The Bryce Heys-trained first starter Travancore is a $51 chance, while country-trained filly Beside You is $101 but likely to run in the Highway Handicap earlier in Saturday’s program.
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