On Saturday at Caulfield the stable will be represented by classy mare If Not Now When, who resumes in the final race on the card.
The now four-year-old is in for a good preparation according to Dwyer and gets conditions to suit first-up on Saturday.
“She’s a mare that can sustain long preparations so she’s not really screwed down but over the short course Caulfield is probably her track,” Dwyer explained.
“She’s trialled up well again, she trialled up at Cranbourne and went great so I’m confident she can run a good race.
“The main thing about her is getting the weight of her back, so I’ve put my apprentice Georgie Cartwright on her.
“Just that three kilograms claiming off the minimum down to 51 kilograms really suits I think.
“Georgie’s doing a really good job at the moment. Georgie rides her every morning actually and she gets along really well with her and it’s a good reward for Georgie’s hard work hopefully in a win on Saturday.”
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