Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Racing

Trackwork Thursday 6 June 2019

Rockin’ Ruga (Fastnetrock/Sevruga) put in his final piece of work this morning over 1000 metres (five furlongs) in preparation for his return to the races on Monday in the BM 70 Handicap over 1400 metres at Kensington. Jockey Louise Day was very pleased with the gelding’s effort which earned him ‘Best of the Morning ’ honours. Rockin' Ruga has flourished with the added time between runs and he is primed to put his best foot forward on Monday. We know he has the class to win this event, and we expect to see him get back to the Winner's Circle on Monday.

Group 1 performed 2YO colt, Dresden Green (Snitzel/Asscher) kicked off his preparation with a gallop over 600 metres (three furlongs) at three quarter pace with senior rider Steve O'Halloran in the irons this morning. The colt relaxed early into a nice rhythm and showed good focus as he worked down the straight, stopping the clock at a steady 15.1 seconds for the final furlong. Steve was pleased with the effort and commented, "He was very good. He relaxed nicely into his work and looks to have come back in great order."

Lucand Lad (Squamosa/Lucand Star) showed nice improvement in his gallop over 1000 metres (five furlongs) this morning. Jockey Rachel King partnered the gelding and commented, "He feels fresh and well, I was very happy with that effort." The three-year-old  gelding relaxed early into a nice rhythm, which allowed him to let down and find the finish strongly, stopping the clock at 11.5 seconds for the final furlong. Lucand Lad is right on track to get back to the races in the Class 2 Handicap over 1100 metres at Wyong on June 20th.

Chess Star (Fighting Sun/Social Glow) has returned to the stable looking an absolute treat. This morning, he completed his first piece of pacework over 800 metres (four furlongs) at three quarter pace with jockey James Innes Junior in the saddle who commented, "He did everything right, he worked in a forward fashion and towed me through the finish."

Miss Anabanana (Redoute’s Choice/Anabarbarian) put in a stylish gallop over 1000 metres (five furlongs) with jockey James Innes Junior in the saddle this morning. James made the comment, "She's in great order and worked to the finish strongly. I couldn't fault her." The three-year-old filly showed good focus as she worked down the straight to cover the final furlong in 12.2 seconds and she pulled up well following the effort. Miss Anabanana is on track to have her first trial back next week.

 
 

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