After scoring an eye-catching win in her return to the track last weekend, Now Eye See will be in action at Dubbo Paceway again on Sunday.
Having not raced in close to 18 months, the Amanda Turnbull-trained mare looked like she’d never been away when scoring a 2m win at the Dubbo track last Sunday.
Turnbull’s father, Steve, drove her that weekend and was left hugely impressed, stating Now Eye See was almost certain to go on to “bigger and better things”.
Amanda will be back in the gig on Sunday, looking to continue Now Eye See’s record of having not missed a placing in five career starts.
She will line up in the Lenny The Shark – Empire Stallions Ladyship Pace (1720m) at Dubbo, with Turnbull taking the drive from gate three.
The Grant Jones-trained Lara Bay, to be driven by Amy Ress, hasn’t finished outside the top two in her past three starts will go from gate five while Brad Pesley and Peter Gavin will represent the hometown hopes in the race.
Peisley’s Just A Dream will go from gate four, aiming for a first in career start number six, while the Gavin-trained Aces For Annie will start in the back row.
Gavin’s mare, without a win in 35 starts, hasn’t raced in the past two months.
Racing starts at 1.32pm on Sunday.