Flying Step brings Bruce Cross heads back to inner west


He might train at Warwick Farm these days but Bruce Cross has fond memories of Canterbury and will hope his promising filly Flying Step continues her affinity with the inner-west track in the China Horse Club Handicap (1250m) on Thursday.

Cross was 21 when he started his training career at Canterbury four decades ago. Flying Step is still in her first racing preparation and while she was beaten at Bathurst back in May she has stepped up in town at her past two starts enough to say she’s a horse on the rise.

Racing is at Canterbury on Thursday after being shifted from Warwick Farm the previous day.

Racing is at Canterbury on Thursday after being shifted from Warwick Farm the…



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