VICTORIAN filly For All We Know is in a solid position to register an overdue Group One triumph at Albion Park on Saturday night.
Winner of her heat last weekend, For All We Know is engaged in the Australian Pacing Gold Brisbane Sale Final where she has drawn barrier two for trainer Brett Bunfield.
Triumphant in the nation-wide APG Consolation last April, the daughter of Art Major went into the series fresh from her second in the Qbred Triad Final.
“She has done a top job since making her debut and deserves to add a major to her name,” Bunfield said. “Drawing two is great, but there is a lot of speed outside her.
“I will have a discussion with Luke (McCarthy, driver) later in the week and decide what’s the best way to go.
“Brad’s (Chisholm) been up there looking after her and is very happy with her condition, so it’s full steam ahead.”
Selecting Muscle Factory as the one to beat, Bunfield admits the task ahead is a daunting one, but isn’t prepared to concede defeat.
Also successful in his qualifier, Muscle Factory is a short-priced favourite despite drawing the outside of the front row.
“Muscle Factory will work his way forward I would imagine, which will make him very hard to beat,” Bunfield said.
“He’s been the favourite all along, and deserves to be, but favourites do get beaten.
“It’s fair to say whoever beats him will be the winner and hopefully it’ll be us.”