In-form mare Fromista will target back-to-back wins within a week for trainer Andrew Dale at Wagga on Saturday.


Fromista won at Corowa last Saturday and will be on the quick back-up in the $15,000 Class Two Handicap, (1600m).


Brad Vale replaces Hannah Williams in the saddle and is drawn to get a nice run after drawing barrier five in the ten horse field.


Racing manager Frazer Dale said a rise in class from non-TAB grade at Corowa looks to be the biggest hurdle for Fromista to overcome.


“Fromista is up in class but is drawn well to help overcome that,” Dale said.


“So she should get a nice run and is in form this preparation.


“She likes rain affected going and we expect her to be thereabouts if she can handle the rise in class.”


The stable is set to have five runners at the meeting with Anthropica, Nomorearchie, My Cousin Steve and Hervor also engaged.


Meanwhile the Cootamundra Cup meeting set for Sunday has been re-scheduled to October 22.




Words: Border Mail


Image: Trackpix

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