SATURDAY 8 JULY – KEMBLA GRANGE

Rail Position: TRUE ENTIRE CIRCUIT

DOSSIER (Race 2, 12.24PM, 1200M, No.3, jockey Keagan Latham, 57kg)
Dossier (Sebring/Diana’s Secret) makes his debut in a strong looking 2YO maiden with a number of leading stables represented. This colt is a fine, imposing individual who I am looking forward to seeing on the track. Kembla Grange is an ideal starting point as it is a big galloping track which will suit, however, the colt won’t be seen at his best until he steps up in trip in due course. An each-way chance.

JUST GORGEOUS (Race 2, 12.24PM, 1200M, No.10, jockey Paul King, 55kg)
The same applies to Just Gorgeous (Fastnet Rock/Satinka) who is having her second start after running at Canterbury last month. She is a well bred filly who will be seen to best effect over longer distances next season. Again, an each-way chance.

SEBRARIAN (Race 7, 3.34PM, 1600M, No.2, jockey Paul King, 59.5kg)
Sebrarian (Sebring/Anabarbarian) hopes to bounce back from a disappointing effort, having previously won impressively at Warwick Farm. There doesn’t appear to be that many front runners in the race, if he breaks well and gets into a nice rhythm up front then I think he can return to form with a bang. I believe in this horse and all being well his fantastic team of owners will be waiting for him in the Winner's Circle.

SATURDAY 8 JULY – WARWICK FARM

Rail Position: TRUE ENTIRE CIRCUIT

ARBEITSAM (Race 4, 1.15PM, 1400M, No.3, jockey Adam Hyeronimus, 59.5kg)
Arbeitsam (Snitzel/Workhard) runs in a competitive three year old handicap. Last start was a forget run, as it was an extremely deep track which did not suit him. He has since been working well at home and a return to a sounder surface, on a track he has won on in the past will help. I’m looking forward to seeing him run, and he has a strong winning chance.

TUESDAY 11 JULY – GOSFORD

Rail Position: TRUE ENTIRE CIRCUIT

KRISTENSEN (Race 4, 1.55PM, 1100M, No.6, jockey Joshua Parr, 57kg)
Kristensen (Sebring/Rock Success) has run well in both of his two starts to date. This looks a competitive race on paper with a good amount of pace in the race. Whilst I believe he will be at his best over further, he nonetheless has a strong chance of passing the line in front on Saturday as he is a gelding with a bit of quality about him.

MAUI PRINCESS (Race 4, 1.55PM, 1100M, No.9, jockey Adam Hyeronimus, 55kg)
Maui Princess (Sepoy/Tropicana Girl) makes her debut in the same race. She has performed well in both of her trials, and she looks to be very sharp. I’m looking forward to seeing this beautiful filly on the track. She will improve for the experience, although I expect her to run with great credit. A good each-way chance with more to come in the future.

      

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