Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Racing

Trackwork Thursday 9th January 2020

Con Te Partiro (Scat Daddy/Temple Street) has returned to us after failing to get in foal upon being retired towards the end of 2019. She has settled back in well to her surroundings at Tulloch Lodge and she spent her first week trotting and cantering gently on the track. This morning she galloped solo over 800 metres at three quarter pace on the polytrack. Ridden as ever by work rider Alana Pearson, she clocked 14.6 seconds over the final 200 metres and Alana could not have been happier with her. She worked in a lovely rhythm and she took everything in her stride fitness wise. This mare has such a long stride that it looked as though she was just doing a gentle canter. It’s only the very early stages of her preparation, but we are very happy with her and it’s lovely to have her back in the stable. She is a beautiful filly with tons of character, and she’s returned to us looking a picture. We will continue to bring her along slowly as we gradually increase the tempo of her gallops. 

Con Te Partiro 
 

Grindelwald (Choisir/Flaming Magic)is working well and this morning he galloped solo over 1000 metres on the B grass. Ridden by apprentice Louise Day, he clocked 12.3 seconds over the final 200 metres and Louise could not have been more complimentary about our gelding. He found the line well and gave Louise a great feel throughout and upon pulling up. We are really pleased with him and he has come out of his recent trial victory in fantastic order. We have pencilled him in for the 3-Year-Old Colts & Geldings’ Maiden Handicap over 1100 metres at Canterbury on 17th January and we can't wait to see him make his debut. 

Pincer (Redoute's Choice/Pretty Pins) is working well and this morning he galloped over 1000 metres at three quarter pace on the polytrack alongside stablemate Shakespear’sgalley (Galileo/Lady Shakespeare). Ridden by work rider Cory Jones, he clocked 14.6 seconds over the final 200 metres and Cory was very pleased with the feel he got from the gelding. He is quite a strong horse, especially when working alongside apartner, but he relaxed well as the gallop progressed and he pulled up in great shape.  We are pleased with him and he’s making good progress, so we will continue to bring him along gently as we gradually increase the tempo of his gallops. 

 
 

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