Brisbane Cup heats
Heat 2...has the very impressive Cold Fusion bidding for a ninth win in 13 starts over the track/distance.
Albion Park stages the Brisbane Cup heats on Thursday, and Andy Morris has found plenty to sink his betting teeth into.
In heat 1, (7:45) Iso Octane is looking to return to form after a couple of unconvincing runs at Ipswich.
He was favourite both times but flattered to deceive, finishing fourth last time out behind Citi Hawk.
Allen Lawson has never raced over this distance here, but an impressive win at the Meadows earlier this month suggests he's the one to follow.
Heat 2 (8:08) has the very impressive Cold Fusion bidding for a ninth win in 13 starts over the track/distance.
He comes here with two successive wins at Ipswich behind him.
Heat 3 (8:28) is likely to see Spring Gun record his fifth straight victory, although this will be a new challenge as he's never raced over the track/distance.
If he falters, Metz Magic in box three may have the best chance of causing an upset.
Another dog that's hard to oppose is Dyna Tron in heat 5 (9:11). Andrea Dailly is delighted with his form this year, and he comes to the track looking to extend a sequence of four wins.
Don't be too carried away about Best Behave's statistics, which show four straight wins.
This is far more exalted company, so a more realistic challenger for Dyna Tron is Allen Hertz, Graeme Bate's entrant in box two.
Andy's best bets
Heat 1: Iso Octane
Heat 2: Cold Fusion
Heat 5: Dyna Tron