BOOKMAKERS are betting way over the odds about One For Later's chances of winning a $125,000 race at Sandown on Saturday, according to Warrnambool trainer Alan Peterson.
One For Later is rated a $100 hope in the early betting markets of winning the flat race over 2100 metres.
"I think the bookies are being a bit generous with her odds," Peterson said.
"I don't think she's the roughest chance in the race. I'm very happy with her fitness levels.
"I want to run One For Later in a hurdle race at Casterton at the end of the month so we needed a run on the flat to tune her up for the hurdle.
"She's won a flat race over 2000 metres at Flemington and been placed in a 2500-metre race at Flemington.
"We've had problems with her before as she sometimes ties up but she's as good as gold at this stage."
The former top local jockey said the eight-year-old mare should be competitive in jumps races later in the jumping season.
Fellow Warrnambool trainer Symon Wilde has called on the services of champion jockey Craig Williams to ride American In Paris in a three-year-old race over 2100 metres.
Wilde said American In Paris deserved a change in luck after some consistent performances.
Ciaron Maher, who trains in partnership with David Eustace, has a strong hand at the Sandown meeting.
Thunder Cloud, Al Galayel and Igniting are among their runners.
The stable also has runners at Rosehill.
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