WAGGA trainer John Marzol hopes promising sprinter Call Me Anything can put together two wins in a row at Narrandera on Saturday.
Call Me Anything was an impressive last-start winner at Wagga on June 2 and will step out for the first time since in the Proten Ltd Class One Handicap (1000m).
A son of Redoute’s Choice, Call Me Anything took 15 starts to finally break his maiden and now Marzol hopes he can make it two in quick succession.
“He’s finally put it together. It took 14 or 15 starts to wake up, he’s a big dope but now he’s on his toes,” Marzol said.
“His work’s been good. It’s a shame it’s not 1100 or 1200 but there’s not the races around.”
Richard Bensley will ride Call Me Anything, who is drawn barrier 14.
Marzol also has Excellent Oratorio in on Saturday in the Landmark Narrandera & Fabstock Wagga Class Three Handicap (1400m).
“He’s got all the ability in the world but always finds a way to get beat,” he said.