In-form jockey Tommy Berry is poised to keep his winning momentum rolling when he heads to Eagle Farm this Saturday.
Berry booted home a double at the track two weeks ago then returned to Sydney last Saturday and made it an afternoon to remember with a four-winner haul, each of them for different stables.
Three of the trainers he won for at Rosehill – Chris Waller, James Cummings and Peter and Paul Snowden – have secured his services for key rides at Eagle Farm, with the Waller-trained Group 1 Queensland Derby (2400m) favourite Nobu arguably the best of them.
“I think the Derby has fallen away a little bit – you can see that with a few of the fillies heading that way now,” Berry said. “I think Nobu will relish being on a big track at Eagle Farm because he gets back in his races a little bit.”