Horse Betting: Duffy's day at Flemington
Zamorar has earned his 60kg impost, which will be negated by the three-kilogram claim for Jake Duffy, who takes the ride from barrier one.
Brad Thompson predicts class will prevail when Zamorar returns to the races at Caulfield on Saturday.
Trained by David Bourne at Seymour, the son of Scandal Keeper resumes from a six-week break in the TROA Supports National Jockeys Trust Handicap (1000m).
Zamorar was slightly disappointing when missing out as favourite in the Group Two Euclase Stakes at Morphettville back in March.
He finished behind Go The Knuckle, but there were excuses with the three-year-old, which was found to be suffering from mild heat stress after coming from a wide barrier.
But coming back to race in his home state of Victoria, Zamorar looks perfectly placed with a CV that reads him running Sepoy to less than two lengths in the Group One Coolmore Stud Stakes.
Importantly, Zamorar is unbeaten from two tries at 1000m, and a winner of three from six starts.
In what appears a light race on paper, Zamorar has earned his 60kg impost, which will be negated by the three-kilogram claim for Jake Duffy, who takes the ride from barrier one.