Cambridge trainer Tony Pike has experienced a successful Queensland winter campaign, headlined by The Bostonian’s Group One double, and he is hoping to cap it off in style at Doomben on Saturday.
Stable runner Cyber Attack will contest the QTIS Three-Year-Old Handicap (1350m) after two previous unplaced runs in Australia this preparation and Pike expects a better result on Saturday with the gelding.
"If he brings his best form, he should go close," he said.
"He was a bit tardy out of the barriers last start and lost his spot and ended up in a terrible position.
“Each time he's had to come to the outside after he got too far back. He's better off coming through the field.”
Cyber Attack won’t be Pike’s last runner in Australia this winter, with Sacred Day set to contest the Listed Grafton Cup (2350m) next week.