Zoot Suit to Albury
Todd Blum Bloodstock's first runner, Zoot Suit Riot, will now be their first runner in New South Wales also as Adam O'Neill crosses the border for the Matthew Graham Plumbing Class 2 Handicap over 1400m at Albury.
The gelded son of Not A Single Doubt is coming off a gallant fifth at Swan Hill where he was pushed to the rear of the field and was unsuited to the on-pace bias during the day.
"Jockey, Jack Martin, said forget he went around at all,' said O'Neill.
"After seeing the bias throughout the day we discussed with Jack to sit him a little closer than what we normally would but then he got bumped not long out of the gates and got shuffled back.
"He made some ground late down the extreme outside but it just wasn't hyis day.
"We have spaced his runs a little again as we believe he races well fresh and we are chasing a bit of extra prize money with the BOBS bonus available at Albury."
Cory parish will be reunited with the horse having ridden him at his win at Kilmore and trials previously.