Peter Moody will roll the dice with his two runners in tomorrow’s Group 1 $1 million George Ryder Stakes (1500m) in Sydney. With the likelihood of a heavy track looming, trainers are facing decisions whether to run in their respective races, or save their finely tuned animals for another day. Moody this morning told Racing Network he would definitely be running last start winners Fat Al and Lidari in the feature of the day. “They both have wet track form so they will definitely run,” he said. Fat Al is going into the Ryder off the back of a tough win in the Listed $150,000 Golden Mile (1600m) at Bendigo on March 15, when he carried top-weight of 58.5kgs. That was on slow ground, yet a glance through his career form shows he has never raced on a heavy track. Lidari, a last start all-the-way winner of the Group 2 Blamey Stakes at Flemington, has twice won on slow ground in France before coming to Australia. He has raced on a heavy track once when a 19-length last of six runners in a Group 2 race – the Prix Noailles (2086m) at Longchamp in Paris, in April 2012. Moody’s George Ryder runners are marked long odds – Fat Al at $41 and Lidari at $31.