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Two potential superstars and a faultless beginner engage in a ‘battle of speed’ over 390m.

And The Watchdog has given the nod to the Andrea Dailly trained Qwara Bale – albeit with a few reservations.

The expert form analyst says she’s “probably better suited over a slightly longer journey” and “runs into her gifted kennelmate”.

Qwara Bale has won eight races from 15 starts, including three of her past four. Back in February, she was a Lil Dickie Oaks finalist.

However, Quintana Bale – also trained by Dailly – has won nine races from 17 starts, including a scorching 21.84sec PB here. She was runner-up in the Lil Dickie Oaks and third in the Mepunga Oaks.

“The box draw is a slight concern, but she’s handled awkward draws in the past,” The Watchdog said.

And he adds “ultra-consistent and faultless beginner” Aston Mireya, which has a 22.02sec PB here, is capable of an upset.

It all adds up to a titanic tussle between the trio!

‘Prince of Profit’

Fresh from an 80% profit for punters on Monday, The Watchdog backed up with a 65% yield yesterday for Daily Mail followers.

The expert form analyst landed a ‘double’, with best ‘Win’ bet Waldemar Bale scoring at Geelong and best ’Place’ bet Devil’s Spirit saluting at Healesville.

Check out The Watchdog’s extensive analysis of tonight’s ‘Must-Watch’ race, along with his best ‘Win’ and ‘Place’ bets in today’s edition of the Daily Mail.

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