Kristen Buchanan is confident she has two genuine chances heading into this Saturday’s $150,000 Gosford Polytrack Provincial Championship Qualifier.
Her runners, Invincible Gangsta and Grand Exit are among the field of 16, as the series hits the halfway mark.
Fellow Wyong trainer Allan Denham will also be vying for a spot in the rich final with his mare Bangkok. The four-year-old, a last start Rosehill winner, put together four successive victories last preparation.
Buchanan said both her runners deserve a chance in the race.
“Grand Exit is a nice consistent filly. I like the distance for her and there should be plenty of speed which will suit her,” she said.
“Invincible Gangsta could be a query over the distance but if he gets enough speed, he will have the last crack at them.”
Wyong trainers Damien Lane and Kim Waugh, both have two gallopers already qualified for the April 13 Randwick final.
The $150,000 Wyong Provincial Championship Qualifier will be run on Saturday, March 30.