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Inferno Miss set to catch fire after two near misses

Less than a week before the much-loved two-day Scone carnival, one trainer is gearing up with a planned early double at today’s feature Quirindi meeting.

Leading Scone trainer Stephen Jones saddles up speedy filly Inferno Miss in the opening race over 1100m, and will be confident she can finally break through from a wide gate after consecutive close second placings in two stronger maidens.

Racing returns to Quirindi on Monday.

Racing returns to Quirindi on Monday.Credit:Morgan Hancock

He then sends out unpredictable three-year-old Glendor in the males’ edition of the same race knowing his best form will put him right in the hunt from a low draw.

Both Jones’ runners have leading country jockey Grant Buckley aboard, although Glendor faces a much tougher task against former Snowden-trained three-year-old Devan, on debut for Gosford trainer Adam Duggan.

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