Kevin Moses is back training - he only has the one box, the one horse and he will look to make it a winner at Kembla Grange on Saturday.
Royalty Rising will have its second start for Moses since his return to the training ranks following a suspension in the Mullet Creek Maiden Plate. He was fourth at Newcaslte on Boxing Day, a run that can only help him stepping up to 1600m.
“He probably needed the run first-up and I think the mile will be much better for him,” Moses said. “I thought he could win at Newcastle but he found a bit of trouble. He had only had a couple of gallops and is going to be better on Saturday.”
Moses trained Royalty Rising as a two-year-old before his break and when the chance to buy the four-year-old came he took it.
“Gerry Harvey owned half of it and he wanted to out. I knew he had a bit of talent and I bought him once I had a box,” Moses said. “I have to thank Greg Lee for giving me a box and James Heddo for allowing me to train at Randwick.
“I just want to get back training and it would be good to get a winner.
“I’m not going to have many (horses) but it is something I have done all my life and want to keep doing.”