Melbourne trainer Andrew Noblet has his sights on interstate races with two fillies beginning with Super Cash who heads to Sydney for the opening day of The Championships.
Noblet will start Super Cash in Saturday’s Group Three P J Bell Stakes (1200m) at Randwick before directing her to the Adelaide carnival along with her stablemate Silent Sedition.
The winner of the Listed Bendigo Guineas, Silent Sedition will have her next start in Melbourne on Saturday week as she continues on a path to the Group One Australasian Oaks.
Super Cash hit the line strongly first-up for third in the Typhoon Tracy Stakes at Moonee Valley before winning in a Listed sprint over 1100m at Flemington on March 12.
Noblet believes the three weeks between that win and the P J Bell is perfect.
“She worked the reverse way on Tuesday by herself and got on the right leg straight away and was good,” Noblet said.
“She’ll do it again on Tuesday and then we’ll head up to Sydney on Thursday night.
“I thought it was a pretty deep race the other day and she won quite convincingly. The horse who ran third came out and won convincingly on Thursday night at Moonee Valley, Stellar Collision.
“So the form is good around her, all the way through.”
Luke Currie is keen to stick with Super Cash and takes the ride on Saturday.
“I thought it was definitely worth going up to Sydney for,” Currie said.
After the P J Bell, Super Cash will return to Melbourne to be prepared for the Listed Redelva Stakes (1100m) on April 23.
Depending on that race, her options are the Group Two Euclase Stakes (1200m) on May 7 or the Group One Robert Sangster Stakes (1200m) on the same day.
Silent Sedition heads to Sandown on Saturday week for a fillies race over 1600m ahead of the Group Three Auraria Stakes (1800m) in Adelaide on April 23 and Group One Australasian Oaks (2000m) on May 7.
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