Local coach Daniel Bowman believes the woodwork could provide the stiffest levels of competition to Bubble Palace in Tuesday’s $125,000 VOBIS Gold Strike (1000m) at Warrnambool.
Bubble Palace showed fantastic speed before cruising to a comfortable debut acquire at Ballarat on April 24.
Bowman stated issues were not entirely sleek in advance of Bubble Palace’s outstanding debut.
“The thing was that we had to do a truthful bit to get her to Ballarat,” Bowman explained.
“We had to give her a few trials before her initial operate, which is something you generally wouldn’t do with a two-12 months-aged.
“She did what we hoped she would on that Sunday and (jockey) Harry (Coffey) was a bit soft on her late, which was actually superior.”
The Wealthy Enuff filly is a $2.20 prospect to repeat that effort on her property monitor on the opening day of the carnival.
Bowman mentioned Bubble Palace had the expertise to stay unbeaten at her second outing.
“This race is on her dwelling monitor in which we don’t have to journey, back again to 1000m so I really do not have to do substantially with her so it is incredibly appealing,” Bowman claimed.
Coach Daniel Bowman will exam Bubble Palace in wet floor at Warrnambool. Image: Getty Photographs.
“It will consider a sensible one to appear out of the woodwork to knock her off.”
Bowman stated the Warrnambool race appealed as a far better selection for Bubble Palace than any of the future two-calendar year-old stakes races in Adelaide.
“If we made the decision to go to a stakes race in Adelaide, she’d have to have a gallop or two and journey in excess of, which could be a bit considerably for her at this phase,” Bowman stated.
“If she can earn once again, we can give her a little crack and get her all set for the spring.”
Showers are forecast to enhance during the working day on Tuesday.
Bowman said a soaked track would maintain no fears for Bubble Palace.
“Wet floor will not trouble her,” Bowman reported.
“Her past gallop right before her Ballarat operate was on a moist keep track of and she galloped definitely properly and her past trial at Hamilton was on a damp keep track of.
“She’ll be all proper.”
Coffey will yet again be aboard Bubble Palace at Warrnambool.