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13-01-16, 07:10 PM
Three-year-old Too Good To Refuse is set to take the first step on campaign designed to chase Group One success in two states.
Too Good To Refuse will having first start since finishing fifth in the Group One Spring Champion Stakes in October when he resumes at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday.
Trainer Desleigh Forster is convinced Too Good To Refuse's best distances are from 1400m to 1600m and has mapped out a campaign tailored to fit.
The main aims will be the Group One Randwick Guineas on March 5 and the Group One Stradbroke Handicap at Eagle Farm on June 11.
"He is about 90 to 95 per cent at his best for Saturday's return," Forster said.
"It is a field of good three-year-olds but the Sunshine Coast should suit as it will give him a chance to wind up and use his big finishing burst."
Forster said Too Good To Refuse would have possibly two starts at Doomben before heading to Sydney.
"His first start in Sydney will be the Hobartville Stakes which should be an ideal Guineas lead-up for him," she said.
"But I am really keen to get him into the Stradbroke field.
"Three-year-olds have a great record in the Stradbroke and it is back at Eagle Farm this year which will also suit."
Robbie Fradd will ride Too Good To Refuse who has 59kg.
"Robbie knows him well and Too Good To Refuse has won with 59 (kilos) previously. It is a fair weight for him to carry," Forster said.
Meanwhile, Forster's promising staying three-year-old I'm Belucci will be freshened up.
I'm Belucci finished 12th in the Magic Millions Guineas at his first run from a spell but Forster and jockey Glen Boss were both pleased with the run.
Forster is hoping the star jockey will ride I'm Belucci in Sydney where the gelding will chase the Group One Rosehill Guineas and Group One Australian Derby.



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