Leeton Cup winner Bravado Lass to chase Young feature at Wagga's Riverside track

NEXT STOP: Bravado Lass will be looking to back up her Leeton Cup win with success in the Young Cup at Wagga on Thursday.

NEXT STOP: Bravado Lass will be looking to back up her Leeton Cup win with success in the Young Cup at Wagga on Thursday.

WAGGA mare Bravado Lass will be looking to add another Cup to her cabinet at Murrumbidgee Turf Club on Thursday.

Two weeks after her Leeton Cup triumph, Bravado Lass will tackle the $12,000 South West Slopes Credit Union Young Cup Benchmark 74 Handicap (1660m).

Young Turf Club is unable to hold its Cup meeting due to restrictions put in place because of COVID-19, but was able to transfer it to the Wagga Riverside track, where it will now receive Sky and TAB coverage.

A field of six will contest the Cup and Wagga trainer Gary Colvin believes Bravado Lass faces a tougher task than recent assignments.

"She's up against a couple of old timers, who are pretty tough opposition," Colvin said.

"She's tough enough and will have a red hot crack. She pulled up really well after Leeton and I'm really happy with the way she's been working."

Michael Heagney will ride Bravado Lass, with Leeton Cup-winning apprentice jockey Tyler Schiller to ride Parliament for Andrew Dale.

Colvin will also be represented by Mahsinger and Supalux in earlier races.

Supalux has run fourth at seven of his 14 starts but will be looking to buck that trend in the KP Carmody Maiden Plate (1200m).

"He's knocking on the door," Colvin said.

Mahsinger will be looking to go one better than last start in the Elevations Restaurant Class One Handicap (1660m).

"Mahsinger should run well. She was a bit unlucky last start and didn't handle Leeton that well," he said.