Duo look a cut above
Lim's Dream the top bet tonight, Elite Incredible hard to beat on Sunday
Both Lim's Dream and Elite Incredible are top-class material and stand out in their respective races tonight and Sunday.
Lim's Dream, a winner of three of his last four races from eight starts at Kranji, has been labelled as a Class 1 horse in the making after winning his last outing in Class 4.
The Daniel Meagher-trained three-year-old franked his impressive trial form, which assistant trainer Danny Beasley reckoned was that of a Class 1 horse.
Last time out on July 5, Lim's Dream annihilated his Class 4 rivals by five lengths over the Polytrack 1,100m in a fast 1min 05.04sec.
Post-race, Meagher said Beasley told him after jumping off the trial that Lim's Dream is "a Class 1 horse" and that put a bit of pressure on him.
Lim's Dream has risen to Class 3 off his last-start victory but gets a 1.5kg weight relief.
Apprentice Abdul Syahir can claim 3kg and that will bring Lim Dream's handicap weight down to only 55.5kg.
Syahir has had a good association with the horse, having had a two-from-two winning record.
Lim's Dream's only concern in Race 7 tonight is the widest draw in Gate 12 but he has the natural speed to overcome that.
Elite Incredible certainly looks head and shoulders above his Class 4 rivals in Sunday's event over 1,200m in Race 8.
The promising and improving Cliff Brown-trained three-year-old goes into the race with two outstanding performances - a head-and-short head third in Group 2 and a 13/4-length second in Group 1. On both occasions, he lost to top three-year-old Top Knight.
So, down in Class 4, it will take an emerging star to beat Elite Incredible on Sunday.