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Makybe Diva Stakes 2020

1

VOW AND DECLARE

[1.00/5.67]

[6-8-6-0-0]

2

GAILO CHOP (FR)

[0.41/1.59]

[4-5-9-4-0]

3

HARLEM

[0.31/1.60]

[3-6-14-2-1]

4

FIERCE IMPACT

[0.29/1.43]

[3-4-19-2-0]

5

GATTING

[0.63/3.29]

[3-13-12-0-1]

6

LEVENDI

[0.67/3.24]

[6-15-13-1-1]

7

KINGS WILL DREAM

[0.50/2.47]

[2-10-13-1-0]

8

SO SI BON

[0.33/1.86]

[2-16-16-5-1]

9

MASTER OF WINE

[0.06/0.83]

[5-0-19-8-0]

10

WARNING

[0.27/1.40]

[3-8-13-6-0]

11

DALASAN

[-0.21/0.60]

[3-3-6-10-2]

12

QUICK THINKER

[0.39/1.77]

[4-11-16-5-0]

13

RUSSIAN CAMELOT

[0.00/0.86]

[3-4-23-10-0]

14

PERFECT JEWEL

[0.57/1.80]

[16-10-20-10-0]

15

PRINCESS JENNI

[-01.9/0.74]

[3-2-36-8-5]

16

MIAMI BOUND

[0.23/1.50]

[2-11-10-6-1]

I think this might be the most interesting race of the Spring so far. A potentially top line field with some of the quality 3yo's resuming including the boom horse, Russian Camelot. We also have Quick Thinker who won the AJC Derby, Dalasan and VRC Derby winner Warning returning as well as Melbourne Cup winner Vow And Declare. In a lot of ways it is a lottery but we are going to try and find a winner anyway. We know that it is a race for stayers and fit milers, so we see an interesting range of dosages in past winners.

We had one winner in the last decade with a DI below 1.00 in Humidor at 0.90. If you are a Russian Camelot fan then back him with some confidence on this basis, but he probably has a way to go to prove he is as good as Humidor. One other at 1.20 had a DI in the real staying range while saw a few others in the 1.40 to 1.80 range. Plenty of horses in this range, and I am going to keep an eye on Warning as I think he might be a bit of a smokey for a big Spring after a moderate Autumn. Here we also find the enigmatic So Si Bon and even though he jumps from a wide gate, I don't think this will hurt that much and he certainly could spring an upset. This is also find the Japanese bred Fierce Impact and we might be on the verge of seeing the best from this fellow who will probably be competitive in just about anything he enters. We have some winners at around 2.20 which gives Kings Will Dream a chance, and a few in the 3.00's like last year's winner Gatting. We also see Levendi in this range, but I would probably be surprised if this year's winner came from these two.

In summary, lots of chances, but probably the best guide to the Spring that we have seen as yet.