THERE is a strong chance prominent owners Kevin and Kaye Seymour will head home from Albion Park with four feature wins on Saturday night.
Led by outstanding youngster Colt Thirty One, the Seymours have runners engaged in the two Qbred Finals and a pair of Qbred Breeders’ Classics.
“We do have some nice starters in the races and hopefully can have a bit of luck,” Kevin said. “Colt Thirty One is our best chance.
“He is a quality three-year-old and his win a couple of weeks ago was fantastic.
“He had to race three-wide and work before finding the death to the front and ran 1:53.2, which hasn’t been seen from a three-year-old at Albion Park. He went enormous.”
Winner of the Victoria Derby early this year, the son of Mach Three has drawn barrier six for trainer Grant Dixon.
The colt’s stablemate, Major Generaljujon has drawn on his outside.
“It is not an easy draw, but on his form, he should be a fraction too good for them,” Seymour said. “He shows all the hallmarks of a top horse, which is heading to open company.”
The Seymours have three representatives in the fillies’ division, with Famed Assured considered the leading chance despite drawing the outside of the front row.
Famed Assured enjoyed no luck during her recent trip south, where she finished sixth in a Victoria Oaks heat after racing in the ‘death seat’.
The daughter of Mach Three will be joined in the Triad decider by her Dixon-trained stablemates Red Charmer and Aqua Miss.
Another by Mach Three, Miss Moneybags is one of five Dixon entrants in the Breeders’ Classic for two-year-old fillies.
In the colts’ and geldings’ category, the Seymours will pin their hopes on Sea Hawk.
“Miss Moneybags should go well from three, while Sea Hawk has drawn six and comes into five, but will need luck from there,” Seymour said.