One things for certain is that Chris Waller 2 year old She’s All Class will be starting in the Magic Millions 2yo Classic. The current $4 favourite for the race will have a tune up on Monday before taking on the other 2 year olds at the Gold Coast.
She’s All Class locked in her start at the Magic Millions on January 16th after trashing the field in the Wyong Magic Millions Classic 2yo winning by over 5 lengths.
“I am happy with her, she is good as gold so we will just give her a trial for a nice clean out for two weeks later,” Waller said.
The questions Waller needs to answer however are around She’s All Class’ stablemates Ranch Hand and Shaquuero currently $9 and $18 shots respectively.
Ranch Hand had a disappointing trot out at Eagle Farm on Saturday finishing third when starting the Magic Millions QTIS 2YO Handicap as $1.40 favourite.
“I think he is a good horse but I don’t think he is the right fit for the Magic Millions mould,” Waller said.
“We won’t say he’s not going but I think he will be better suited in the autumn.
“Nash was really positive and said he was a really good horse in the making but he just had to use him up early.
“We will see where he fits in with the prizemoney and if he is nowhere near it we won’t even worry about the race but if he is a chance of getting in we will consider it.”
Shaquero, the final runner of the Waller trio also had a disappointing run out at Eagle Farm beating home a solitary runner in the Group 3 BJ McLachlan Stakes when also starting favourite.
Waller is keen to race or trial Shaquero again before confirming a place at the Magic Millions Carnival.
“We will see how he is this week,” Waller said.
“He will either trial Tuesday up there or run on Saturday but he won’t go to the race without one of the two.”