Peter Moody could have a better guide as to how his Spring arsenal is shaping up after tomorrow’s barrier trials at the Cranbourne Training Complex. Moody has accepted with a strong team of potential Spring Racing Carnival players headed by multiple Group 1 winner Manighar, who is entered to trial over 990 metres alongside his stable mate My Quest For Peace in the first trial of the morning.

Other notable Moody-trained gallopers accepted to trial at Cranbourne include Sneak A Peek, lightly-raced import Kesampour, and Strawberry Boy, who is unbeaten in two starts for Moody since transferring from Gai Waterhouse.

Should Kesampour take his place in trial 13 over 990 metres, it would be the first glimpse of the five-year-old since he finished 13th under former trainer Mikel Delzangles in the Group 1 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (2400m) in France last October.

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Aside from Moody’s headline acts, other potential key Spring players accepted to trial at Cranbourne include multiple Group 1 winner Luckygray (trial 1), Anthony Freedman’s talented Fruehling (1) and the Mick Price-trained imports Pakal (19) and Bit Of Hell (19).

Classy mare Oasis Bloom (12) heads a trio of quality gallopers from the Peter Morgan and Craig Widdison stable that also includes Amah Rock (12) and Lucky Penny (2).

Tomorrow’s trials could also be the first time we see import Brigantin, who is now in the care of  Mornington-based trainer Pat Carey, since he finished third in last year’s Geelong Cup.

Despite receiving 15mm of rain overnight, tomorrow’s trials are currently scheduled to go ahead.

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