HAVING started her northern raid on a high, New South Wales horsewoman KerryAnn Morris hopes to end it in the same manner at Albion Park on Saturday night.
Sending nine horses to Queensland with her husband Robbie, Morris registered a treble at Albion Park a fortnight ago.
Throughout the next couple of weeks the Morris’ have enjoyed a steady rate of success during the Sunshine State’s main meetings and provincial programs.
“We started off well in Queensland and it would be nice if we can end it that way as well,” Morris said.
“We’ve had winners during the midweek races also, so over all it has been a worthwhile campaign.
“Saturday night will be the last meeting this time around with the horses to come home the following morning or maybe Monday.
“With a bit of luck we can get a win or two to head home with.”
Unplaced last weekend, Squire has the prime opportunity to bounce back after drawing to lead throughout.
Receiving barrier two, the son of Somebeachsomewhere slots into the pole as a result of a scratching.
“He has the gate speed to lead and is a good front runner,” Morris said. “He did a bit too much work last week and hopefully will bounce back this week.”
Prophesy is the $3.80 favourite in the following event, with Morris predicting the son of Somebeachsomewhere can take advantage of his draw.
“He is going well and two is a good draw which hopefully we can use to advantage.”
Morris then has Aztec Bromac and Pembrooks Passion ready to clash over 2138 metres.
“Aztec is drawn better and is one of my favs, so I always pick him, but really there is not much between them,” Morris said. “Pembrooks has drawn wide but has enough ability to make his presence felt.”
Our Sequel and Stormont Star round out the team latter on the card.
“Sequel was a little disappointing last run and we’ll be hoping for a better result,” Morris said. “He will likely go for a break when he gets home.
“Stormont is old faithful who never puts in bad run and is always thereabouts .”