The Valley

“They’ve won at good levels and there’s a few up and comers like him, so it’ll be good to see how he measures up. “I think he’s been hardened up by that first up hard run, The Clamms Seafood Feehan Stakes was won by budding superstar Mr Brightside last year and remains the only race in Australia that holds the all-important golden ticket into the Ladbrokes Cox Plate. Mitch Freedman says the team aren’t looking too far ahead of this Saturday however, with the colt’s big Group 1 target set to be the Toorak Handicap next month at Caulfield. “We’ll see how we go this week in the Feehan, obviously we’ve got to get around The Valley well. “That’s the golden ticket and it’s there for everyone to win if they’re good enough, but our main target is the Toorak. “I think that’s the race that is going to suit him the best, back to handicaps. So that’s what we’re aiming for at the moment, but we’re very flexible depending on how he goes and how he comes up.” Attrition is currently the $7.50 third elect with Ladbrokes for Saturday’s feature race, trailing the favourite Globe at $3.10 and last year’s Toorak winner Tuvalu at $5.50.