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Two Big, too strong? Kosciuszko hopeful on show at Grafton

Muswellbrook trainer Todd Howlett admits he’s not the best at promoting himself, so he’s hoping Two Big Fari can make a Kosciuszko statement when he returns at Grafton on Thursday.

The four-year-old has won five of his eight starts, and been unplaced only once when a valiant fifth in the Country Championships final in April. Howlett still sees plenty of upside in the horse.

Two Big Fari has notched an impressive five wins from eight starts.

Two Big Fari has notched an impressive five wins from eight starts.Credit:Bradley Photographers

So if he’s going to be a contender for the $1.3m The Kosciuszko in October then Two Big Fari looks very well placed in the Village Green Hotel Country Magic Association Plate (1200m), which is a set weights Class 6 for country-trained horses.

“We don’t know what his level is yet, that’s the hard thing, I’d like to think he is a Kosciuszko horse,’’ Howlett said.

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