The top seed, Liqueuro, has won three of four career starts and will go around as short-priced favourite after an ultra-impressive Bendigo romp last start.
The surprise packet, Reuber, boasts a wildly inconsistent record, a win and three minor placings from nine career starts, despite regularly working better at home than his fancied stablemate.
The tricky part is splitting the two.
“To be honest with you, if it is on track work alone, you would want to back Reuber every time,” Alderson said.
“Liqueuro is probably one of the worst track workers I’ve had.
“He’s not lazy, it’s…