Best Of Days has been given the all clear to start in the Blamey Stakes after successfully completing a second jump-out at Sandown.
The Godolphin horse was forced to jump out to stewards satisfaction on two occasions after staying in the barriers in the Futurity Stakes at Caulfield last Saturday.
Best Of Days completed the first of his tests at Flemington, the scene of Saturday's Blamey Stakes, on Wednesday and will be ridden by Brad Rawiller who is returning from a serious neck injury.
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