All Too Huiying finally gets an opportunity to book a trip to Queensland after an awkward barrier forced trainer Gary Moore to scratch the colt from the Hawkesbury Guineas.
A stakes-winning three-year-old, All Too Huiying now lines up in Saturday’s Schweppes Handicap (1500m) on his home track at Rosehill as the top weight.
“I’m looking at Brisbane though haven’t mapped out an idea of what he would run in,” Moore said.
He was looking forward to gauging All Too Huiying’s form when he returns from a let-up following an unplaced run in the Listed Canberra Guineas (1400m) in March.
Moore was encouraged by All Too Huiying’s barrier trial at Warwick Farm on April 20, where the feedback was positive from Christian Reith, who is in the saddle again at Rosehill.
“He knows the horse really well and he says he feels as well as he felt prior to when he won in Melbourne, that’s good to know,” Moore said.
All Too Huiying’s victory in the Listed Seppelt Wines Stakes (1800m) at Flemington in November is the high point of a 16-race career featuring three wins and six minor placings.