|A cracking field of
two-year-olds has nominated for Saturday's listed Feltex Carpets Queen Adelaide Stakes
(1000m) as the Jayco Caravans Summer of Speed Series continues in South Australia.
A number of well bred debut performers will be clashing with some
lightly races exciting youngsters in the $40,200 race.
Among the entries is the well bred unbeaten daughter of
Danehill, Presumed Innocent. The Coolmore owned filly is one of five entries in the race
for Lindsay Park's Tony McEvoy.
Morphettville based trainer Leon Macdonald will be unearthing
two potential stars from his team in the weekend's feature event.
Gucci Guru, a half sister to Gold Guru and Defiant a daughter
of Group One winner Ruffles are both by Danehill and both recently trialled in good
fashion at Cheltenham Park.
The Joe Lockyer trained We Will Rock You looked to have come
back in great order with a fair third at the trials. The grey filly is a last start winner
and looks to possess plenty of ability. She is being aimed toward the $400,000 Adelaide
Magic Millions Classic at Cheltenham next month.
Among the other unraced horses are Ivory Bird (Lake
Coniston-Rory's Glory), Prosperous Bid (Carnegie-Kailey Princess), Hollow (Bite the
Bullet-Scenery), Chocko (Fighter Bay-Corinthos), Cocktail Evening (Jeune-Alzabella),
Kadasha (Langfuhr-Cryptianna) and Showy Wings (Bahamian Bounty-Flutterbella).
Thanks a Bundle, a winner at her past two starts, is one of
the other lightly raced youngsters who will demand great attention in betting.
Recent placegetters Pushing Daisies, a half sister to
Umaline, and Red Labelle will clash with last start Cheltenham winner Flawed Logic and
Melbourne visitor Nul Autre, who was fifth in the listed Subaru Stakes to Flashed on
Crystallion, a last start Cheltenham winner, will take his
place alongside West Ace, who ran a slashing third in the same race on debut.