Knife’s Edge honed for Country Classic after Highway heist

Since joining Garry Lunn at Dubbo, Knife’s Edge is unbeaten, finally being trained as a stayer, and could earn his biggest cheque in the Country Classic at Rosehill on Saturday after pulling off a Highway heist last start.

The six-year-old is still owned by former trainer Luke Morgan and his mate James Carolan, but their feeling that a change of scenery would help Knife’s Edge has proven right and profitable.

Knife’s Edge puts a space in his Highway Handicap rivals at Newcastle.

Knife’s Edge puts a space in his Highway Handicap rivals at Newcastle.Credit:Getty

“Luke breaks in a lot of horses and doesn’t have the time to put into a stayer; that’s how…

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