Albury trainer Brett Cavanough will go to Rosehill Gardens on Saturday with no great expectations from his in-form three-year-old filly New Moves.
He’s brought too many well-performed country gallopers to town in the past only to be disappointed with the outcome, but he thinks he might have a ‘chance’ with New Moves.
New Moves has won her past three starts over 1000-metres at Gundagai, Wagga and Albury and Cavanough believes it’s time to bring the Easy Rocking filly to town.
“She’s doing a mighty job and seems to be getting better all the time.
"I think she has good scope for improvement so why not give her a crack at the better money,” Cavanough told racingnetwork today.
He said since he put the blinkers on her she is three-from-three and hasn’t looked like getting beaten.
“Her last win was probably her best because she hadn’t raced for three weeks and she was a bit fat, but she dug in when it counted and was just too good again,” he said.
“If she comes out and wins on Saturday we’ll probably come back for those good fillies races during the carnival,” he added.
Cavanough has booked Corey Brown to partner New Moves on Saturday from barrier one. "I can't see Corey giving up the advantage of barrier one so I think she's going to be in front," he added.
New Moves is leased by Cavanough from well-known bloodstock agent Tony Williams.