“He’s trialled there and goes all right up the straight,” she said.
“I’m pretty confident he can get the job done (on Sunday).
“On his day I’ve got no doubt he’s a very good dog.
“He’s just very young, immature and taking every possible avenue to annoy me at the moment.”
Where’s The Bar’s litter sister Where’s The Moon broke through for her maiden win at Ipswich on Friday but Daley said she too has had some maturity issues.
“They’re from a litter that broke in with outstanding reports, they’ve just got bad traits,” she said.
Daley will take four dogs to Ipswich on Saturday and was busy working her team in the morning, but the former jockey and trackwork rider was keeping a close eye on yesterday’s Magic Millions action from the Gold Coast.
She learned to ride at Ian Livingstone’s neighbouring Kurwongbah property, where Sharryn Livingstone now trains Magic Millions 2YO Classic runner, Thelwell.
“Sharryn’s son Jak has been helping me out with the dogs because it’s pretty full-on at the moment…he’s been a big help,” Daley said.
Daley gave riding work away about 18 months ago due to injuries but keeps in touch with trainers, including Tony Gollan who has taken shares in some pups.