Brendan Gaillard: Trainer Tienie Prinsloo has been getting the best out of Pomodoro gelding Time Master and three wins have come out of his last six starts.
There is every reason to suggest he can add another to his tally when he runs in Race 6 at Flamingo Park on Monday.
Time Master only picked up a two-point penalty last time out so has not been heavily punished for his neck victory over Mr Tinsel in that 1600m affair.
The step up to 2200m should not be a problem, considering the way Time Master finishes off his race.
Another possible banker on this card is Glacier Girl in Race 7. This What A Winter filly has been a revelation on the sand at Flamingo Park and has won three of her last four starts. Her only defeat at Flamingo Park was by stable companion Queen Rachel who has won again since.
Glacier Girl steps up in distance to 1600m but has been winning full of running so that should not be a problem.
Apprentice Nathan Klink has won both times he has sat on the filly and is back for a third try.
Trainer Dennis Cason does pretty well with his horses and Noble Tune filly Kayla’s Dream is clearly improving and could be ready to strike.
Kayla’s Dream was only eighth on debut but did a lot better in her second start and was a running-on third behind stable companion Love Awaits You. She is sure to be smarter this time and bumps some weak rivals so could be the value bet in Race 4.