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Australian Racing - Racing: Snowden filly aiming to bounce back in Oaks

Dynasties will attempt to bounce back in the Group 1 Queensland Oaks this weekend if she pleases in her trackwork tomorrow.

The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained daughter of Sebring is set to take up an entry in the Group 1 contest, for which she is 16/1, if she puts in a satisfactory gallop.

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Snowden expecting improvement

Co-trainer Peter Snowden feels the Listed Gold Coast Bracelet winner had excuses for her latest defeat at Rosehill and found no immediate reason not to head towards Saturday's Group 1 contest.

"She had 59.5 kilos on her back, she was a three-year-old filly against the older horses and she was totally outgraded, but it was a run I wanted her to have," Snowden said.

"I wanted to see more than that, but it was a really, really heavy track. I had an open mind about whether I would take her up (to Brisbane) after that, but she has done so well since.

"Her work was great this (Saturday) morning and there were no signs there to say not to go, or that she is tired or has gone off.

"As long as she works as well again on Tuesday, she will take her place there."

Strong start to Brisbane carnival

Snowden Racing has enjoyed a fine start to the Brisbane winter carnival, winning two majors with Mazu in the Doomben 10,000 and Huetor picking up a win in the Doomben Cup.

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