Specialality looking to make it four wins in a row

FULL OF CONFIDENCE: San Isidore trainer Rod Oakman expects Specialality can make it four in a row at Wagga on Friday night. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
FULL OF CONFIDENCE: San Isidore trainer Rod Oakman expects Specialality can make it four in a row at Wagga on Friday night. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Rod Oakman is confident Specialality can make it four wins in a row at Wagga on Friday night.

Specialality brought up her hat-trick last week and Oakman thought it was her best run yet.

Securing box three this time around has only made him more confident.

“I think she is better boxed after being boxed badly in her last three wins,” Oakman said.

“She had box four, five and seven and now she is coming in a little bit closer to the fence, where she wants to be.”

Specialality only began fairly last time out, but the San Isidore trainer was thrilled by how she toughed it out.

Oakman only has one other runner on the 10-race card but expects Fancy Georgie to be right up there as well.