Carl Poidevin has been back at the training caper for a few months and is starting get a few more horses in his Kembla Grange stable.
The latest to come into his yard and make it to the races at Kembla on Saturday is Hi Sexy, along with Master Aga after a third on January 31 and looks to show his quality.
“I have been getting some good support from owners and had a number through the stable without making it to the races,” Poidevin said.
“We try to make sure they are to the standard we need to be competitive before taking them to the races.
“This pair are the right sort of benchmark and we think there are still a couple of wins left in both.”
Master Agar came from the Ron Quinton stables to Poidevin, and he was pleased with his first effort for him and steps the six-year-old up to the Railcon class 2 Handicap on Saturday.
“He is probably going to get further in time but he has improved from that first run and will be competitive again,” Poidevin said.
“I think at this grade there are a couple of wins in him around here. We just need to find the right race.”
Hi Sexy returns to Poidevin as a six-year-old after having one start for him when she was two.
She is probably looking for longer than the 1000m of the Shellharbour Relay For Life Committee Handicap.
“She has been up in Queensland but het owner wanted to bring her back here,” Poidevin said.
“She is going to need to get over more ground but she could run a cheeky race in a field of five.”