ALTHOUGH the assignment is shaping to be slightly more difficulty, the result is predicted to be the same.
Winner of his last seven starts at Club Menangle, Cash N Flow will return to the world class venue on Saturday night where he is expected to extend his winning streak from another tough draw.
Cash N Flow has not only scored from barriers eight, nine and 10 since March 14, he has done so in impressive fashion.
Along with a pair of 1:50.1 victories, the son of Mach Three has stopped the clock in 1:49.6, 1:49.7 and 1:49.8.
Cash N Flow covered the 1609-metre trip in 1:50.2 during his two latest wins.
As for his pending assignment, the Craig Cross-trained gelding will once again come from gate 10 over the sprint trip.
“He’s a great miler,” Cross said. “He’s the perfect free-for-aller, especially over the sprint.
“He’s running those times on cold nights and doing it easily.
“His work since his last run has been terrific and he will have another hit out tomorrow.
“He just feels enormous at the moment, and although it is tougher this week, I can’t see any reason why he won’t win again.”
Cash N Flow is one of six runners Cross has in the Group Three, with Replaced Eye faring best in barrier three.
Despite the weight of numbers, Cross rates Let It Ride as the biggest threat from gate six.
The Tim Butt-trained son of Rock N Roll Heaven was third when first-up from a three-month break a fortnight ago.
“Replaced Eye is going really well and will run another good race from the draw,” Cross said. “Let It Ride should be fitter for his run and will make his presence felt.”