It'll be a very lean Christmas if Glen Boss doesn't ride a fair few winners this weekend

The champion jockey, the great G Boss is up in Brisbane this week and I am following just about every moves he makes.

Depending on what Bossy dishes up across Friday & Saturday, it'll be a case of baked beans VS fine dining on Saturday night.

Or whether the stockings are filled at Christmas or if there's IOU's in them - Dumber & Dumber style.

Let's have a quick look.

We start on Friday Night with twilight racing @ Doomben.

Boss has 6 rides, he misses out on 1 in the first race.

He's on Bleu Zebra in the second, it was caught wide last start and boxed on okay, favourite today and could well get Bossy off to a flyer.

Races 3, 5, 6 & 7 he's on some each way chances, realistically I don't see them winning but he could be in the placings.

Race 4 however, Boss rides Platinum Euros which looks a good thing. Surely! Great run first up behind Garibaldi when I thought he was going to go straight past, from barrier 2 this looks as good of a bet that I've ever seen.

So maybe 2 winners and a couple of placings on Friday for Bossy!

Then they're over to Eagle Farm for Saturday racing.

Same formula for Bossy on Saturday, he misses race 1 and then hops on a Gollan runner in the second race that's well in the market. That's Good Soize, backed it last start and it got run down late by See Marie. I think Good Soize can turn the tables on See Marie.

Race 3, Bossy hops on the talented Malahide which has trialled up well for this first up run. 3 wins from 5 stars and now gets Bossy who will have to find a position from barrier 9 - but like it!

Race 5 he's on a decent chance, the Busuttin & Young runner, Rambeau which was good on debut.

He backs that up in the following Race with the favourite, Fake Love for Maher and Eustace. It trialled impressively in Sydney and won on debut @ Caulfield, if Bossy can navigate a path from the tricky barrier, it'll be going very close as well you'd think.

In fact, Bossy could well ride the quaddie.

In the second leg, Race 7, Bossy is on Plague Stone. It is first up for the new stable and was ridden out in a recent trial but has been backed $20's - $6's. That's a fair go!

Where there's smoke there's fire - right?

Then Bossy rides the bet of the day in Race 8 - Frosty Rocks. The Sydney visitor should jump, lead and win, particularly if the track is in slow range which I think it will be and to close out the day he rides Exhilarates, the top weight and favourite.

Exhilarates will have to be at her best with the big weight, but I like it!

Seriously, give G Boss strength!

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