Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Racing

 

This morning, Evening Slippers (Snitzel/Fildais) made the quantum leap to full paced work in her gallop over 800 metres. She bowled over the track in a willing fashion to stop the clock at 13.3 seconds for the final furlong. Jockey Tim Clark, who was in the saddle commented, "She was great. She was really relaxed in her work, which is a fantastic sign. She has come back in a really good frame of mind this preparation and feels a million dollars." We were delighted to hear Tim's glowing report following her effort this morning. Evening Slippers handled the step up well and the full paced gallops will really bring her fitness to the next level over the coming weeks. 

Con Te Partiro (Scat Daddy/Temple Street) has returned to the stable in great order and looking an absolute treat. Over the past week, we have allowed her to settle back into the routine with plenty of slow paced track work and this morning, she galloped over 1000 metres at three quarter pace. Her regular rider Alana Pearson, who was aboard for the effort commented, "She felt great this morning, she is nice and fresh and just loves doing her work." Con Te Partiro has really benefited from her short break in Queensland and she is feeling very well in herself.

Wimlah (Sebring/Caiguna) has come through her first up run in great order which showed in her gallop over 1000 metres this morning. She got into a good rhythm early on and let down nicely to stop the clock at 11.6 seconds for the final furlong. Work rider Bastian Neuhaus, who was aboard for the effort commented, "She felt great this morning, she settled in her work and crossed the line strongly. She is nice and fresh." Wimlah is on track to contest the 3 Year Old BM66 over 1400 metres at Warwick Farm on July 17th. 

 Vinicunca (I Am Invincible/Xandretta) also caught our attention when galloping over 800 metres in company with fellow 2 Year Old Group 3 winner Bellevue Hill (Pierro/Bellevue Girl). The well matched pair cruised over the track in a professional fashion quickening nicely down the straight to stop the clock at 12.1 seconds for the final furlong. Jockey Tim Clark, who was in the saddle commented, "She was excellent. She sat in behind Bellevue Hill and relaxed beautifully. When I joined him she worked through her gears nicely through to the line. She is coming up lovely." Vinicunca' s effort earned Tim's 'Best of the Morning' honours. 

 

 
 

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