Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Racing

Trackwork Monday 19 August 2019

Aeecee Beau (Rubick/Freezethemillions) has come through his jumpout in great order and this morning, he put in a sharp gallop over 1000 metres on the polytrack. The gelding was most impressive as he glided over the track showing a nice turn of foot to stop the clock at 11.4 seconds for the final furlong. Apprentice jockey Leah Kilner, who partnered him commented, "Although he is quite a strong horse, he got into a comfortable rhythm and didn't over work himself early. When allowed to slide out in the straight, he powered home on the bit and gave me a great feel. He was my 'Best of the Morning'." Aeecee Beau continues to earn glowing reports with everything he does and he certainly caught our attention this morning. He is pencilled in to trial here at Randwick in a week's time .

Zemdegs (Rubick/Balloons) has also pulled up from his jumpout in good order and this morning, he put in a strong piece of work bowling over 600 metres on the polytrack. Track rider Nitin Parmar, who was in the saddle made the comment, "He knew what he was going out there for,  he kept improving the whole way and was sharp to the line. I was happy with him." Zemdegs is doing a good job this preparation and he is now on track to head to the Randwick trials next week.

Invincible Prince (I Am Invincible/Princess Peggy) continues to excel this preparation and this morning, he made the quantum leap to full paced work in his gallop over 1000 metres. He built into his work beautifully and quickened nicely down the straight covering his final furlong in 11.9 seconds. Apprentice jockey Leah Kilner commented, "He got into a lovely, even rhythm, travelled nicely and found the line well. That was well done." 

 Hinchinbrook/Elwaaryaa '17 put in a very pleasing gallop over 600 metres at three quarter pace in company with stablemates Delaware (Dissident/Fortress) and Gundy Bridge (I Am Invincible/Bareena). The trio of two year olds couldn't have looked more professional as they travelled around the track stride for stride maintaining a lovely pace from start to finish to stop the clock at 13.9 seconds for the final furlong. Hinchinbrook/Elwaaryaa is a very nice filly and she has a got a very good idea of what she is doing. She has improved in leaps and bounds over the last few weeks and she is doing everything right at this point in time. 

 
 

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Trackwork Tuesday 17 September 2019

Trackwork Tuesday 17 September 2019

Jockey Tim Clark’s Best of the Morning was Yao Dash (Smart Missile/Rahy Storm). 


Trackwork Tuesday 10 September 2019

Trackwork Tuesday 10 September 2019

It was a great morning of gallops with a few exciting Spring contenders stepping out for their main gallops this week.  


Trackwork Wednesday 28 August 2019

Trackwork Wednesday 28 August 2019

This morning, we had the opportunity of using the Canterbury Course Proper to gallop on. 


Trackwork Monday 26 August 2019

Trackwork Monday 26 August 2019

DOROTHY OF OZ (Redoute's Choice/Princess Coup) was given jockey Adam Hyeronimus' 'Best of the Morning' honours.  


Trackwork Tuesday 20 August 2019

Trackwork Tuesday 20 August 2019

The son of I Am Invincible, Faretti, continues to impress in his trackwork. 


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