Promising performers NOT USUAL PRINCE and MULTIBLUE SHARK have provided the quinella in their two meetings so far since racing resumed in July with the “Prince” leading the score line at 2-0 and both gallopers should provide an enthralling clash in the 1400m Autumn Sedum Stakes (Race 5) at PRTC on Sunday.

NOT USUAL PRINCE edges out MULTIBLUE SHARK at Ipoh on August 16

NOT USUAL PRINCE is first up from a two month break as he searches for his 5th win in succession since his first foray in group company when finishing unplaced in the Perak Derby back in January. The 6yo has gone from strength to strength this year and once again will take beating the slight rise in the weights.

MULTIBLUE SHARK can go close in turning the tables on his nemesis despite being safely held to an 8 length 4th behind RELAU STAR last start. The 7yo hasn’t won for nearly two years but worked well during the week and will be reacquainted with a senior hoop for the first time this year.


Adding interest to the mix is last start winner, RELAU STAR who recaptured his early career form with a 4 length victory here on September 26. The 6yo is capable of winning again if there is a genuine pace early plus his chances will be enhanced if a wet track prevails on Sunday.

PENDRAGON PRINCESS is a quick beginner and is likely to roll forward and provide the early tempo. The 6yo mare failed to run on last start and is expected to improve judging by her previous efforts. ANDADO showed he can competitive at this grade when placed behind RELAU STAR after leading. That followed his first local victory in Class 4 company back in August and is another galloper who possesses early pace from the barriers.

GRAND CROSS returns to home turf in the 1200m Russian Sage Stakes (Race 8) and looks the testing material in the Enrich A contest. The 8yo has won 4 of his past 6 starts and received no luck in KL on October 4 where he was caught wide throughout following an unsuccessful attempt for the lead from gate 10.

Stable mate LAUS DEO is an on pace runner with a handy first up record and looks a definite trifecta chance. MARINE TREASURE has attracted market support recently and is capable of springing an upset after three local runs since coming from Singapore.

MACARTHUR has been progressive this year and finally broke through when leading for most of the way in a 1200m contest at Penang on September 12. The 7yo also appears as a major player with a big advantage on the light weight.



Date Added: 2020-10-31 12:24PM :: Last Updated: 2020-10-31 12:29PM