Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Racing

Friday 18 January 2019 - Canterbury Park 

Rail: True


Echo Princess (Race 6, 8.45pm, 1550m, No. 7, jockey Rachel King, 56.5kg)

Echo Princess (Redoute's Choice/Gigas) four-year-old mare. Echo Princess has done a treat since breaking her maiden and it looks a lovely race for her on Friday stepping up in grade and trip. The extra distance will certainly be to her liking and she meets a small field of fillies and mares. Solid each-way chance. 

Sazavee (Race 6, 8.45pm, 1550m, No. 8, jockey Kerrin McEvoy, 56kg)

Sazavee (Fastnet Rock/Rahveel) four-year-old mare. Sazavee has come through her maiden win in very good order and she certainly warrants the step up in grade on Friday. She has drawn well in barrier 4, she is against her own sex and although there looks to be a bit of speed on in the race, she is as fit as a fiddle and will prove very competitive in this company. Solid each-way chance. 

Rapido Chaparro (Race 7, 9.15am, 1900m, No. 1, jockey Josh Parr, 62kg) 

Rapido Chaparro (High Chaparral/Amouage) four-year-old gelding. Rapido Chaparro could not be in better order and has come through his last start win in flying form. The gelding is a very fit horse, he will appreciate the added distance on Friday and although he has once again received a big weight, he'll be tough to beat come race day as he steps up in grade. Winning chance. 


Saturday 19 January 2019 - Rosehill 

Rail: True


Alassio (Race 3, 2.30pm, 1100m, No. 4, jockey James McDonald, 58kg) 

Alassio (Foxwedge/Cinque) five-year-old mare. Alassio showed terrific improvement second up last start at Canterbury and we are expecting her to go one better on Saturday over the same trip. Although she is up against a few Stakes and Group performed fillies and mares, she has the class to win this race and we are confident she can be back in the Winner's Circle come race day.  Winning chance.