Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Racing


Rail: +3M Entire

STATUESQUELY (Race 2, 1.50pm, 1800m, No.3, jockey Tim Clark, 58.5kg)

Statuesquely (Medaglia D’oro/Fonssagrives) four-year-old mare. Statuesquely has been placed in her three runs this preparation and this looks like her chance to return to the Winner’s Circle. She has drawn an ideal barrier in 2 which should allow her to jump out and race on the speed. The step up to 1800 metres looks sure to suit her based on the way she has finished her races this preparation and we know she has a wonderful, gutsy attitude and she will fight to the line. Winning chance.


FRENZIED (Race 2, 1.50pm, 1800m, No.5, jockey Nash Rawiller, 58kg)

Frenzied (Americain/Paris Tryst) four-year-old gelding. Frenzied has come on in leaps and bounds since his first up win at Bong Bong. He has drawn the plum barrier in 1, so hopefully he will jump more quickly than her did last time in order to make the most of this advantageous barrier. He also carries less weight than he did last time and he looks set fair for a big performance. We are very confident that he can follow up and we look forward to seeing him in front at the line again.Winning chance.




Rail: True

RUNAWAY (Race 7, 4.40pm, 2500m, No.2, jockey Zac Spain, 57kg)

Runaway (Manhattan Rain/Catshaan) five-year-old rig. Runaway looks primed to peak tomorrow with lots of factors in his favour. He’s always shown a tendency to need three runs to peak and he showed signs of being back to his best when running a storming race last time, only being claimed late on. That race was stronger than this and he should get another uncontested lead over this trip. He will love stretching out over this marathon trip and he is less likely to be vulnerable to speedier types over this sort of distance. We are confident he will outrun his odds and we can’t wait to see how he gets on. Winning chance.




Rail: +8M Entire

SUPERHOMBRE (Race 3, 2.44pm, 1600m, No.1, jockey Lee Magorrian, 59kg)

Superhombre (El Roca/Paloma) three-year-old gelding. Superhombre needs to step up on what he showed on debut but we think he can do. He will have learned a lot from that experience and to his credit he did stay on once headed, so the longer trip on this occasion is only going to be to his advantage and he will continue to progress as he stretches out over further yet. We know he has the early speed to cross over from his outside barrier and we are confident of a prominent display. Each way chance.



Rail: True

SALLY SWEETNESS (Race 3, 2.35pm, 1100m, No.8, jockey Winona Costin, 56.5kg)

Sally Sweetness (Spirit Of Boom/See No Evil) three-year-old filly. Sally Sweetness needs to step up on what she showed on her recent debut, but we think she can do with that experience under her belt. She has drawn the ideal barrier in 1 and with the blinkers on for the first time, we are expecting her to be a lot sharper. She can hopefully jumpout and travel more comfortably with the headgear and over this slightly longer trip, which will leave her less vulnerable to speedier types. We are hopeful of a prominent showing and we look forward to seeing her race. Each way chance.