Trackwork Monday 11 September 2017

Mystic Empire (All Too Hard/Empress Wu) put in a very solid gallop this morning ahead of her start at Canterbury on Wednesday. Apprentice Rachel King was in the saddle and reported, "She was very sharp in her work and exploded to the line." She will prove very competitive on Wednesday.

Maid Marilyn (Stratum/Longlea) was jockey Tom Sadler's best of the morning when working over 1000m alongside her stablemate. Working home over her final 200m in 11.4 seconds, Tom made the comment, "It was very nice work. She relaxed nicely and picked up strongly over her final furlong. She's all speed."

The son of Delago Deluxe, Deluxe Rocker (ex Lounge) was jockey Josh Parr's best this morning when cruising over 1200m at three-quarter pace. It is only very early days in his preparation but Josh was delighted with his mount and commented, "He really pleased me and I'm looking forward to seeing him strip fitter."

Supply And Demand (Sebring/Demanding) has returned to work better than ever after his most successful campaign. The dual Stakes winner delighted jockey Adam Hyeronimus when bowling over 1000m at three-quarter pace with Adam commenting, "It was very nice work. He's a happy horse at present and he's returned in really good order."



 


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Trackwork Monday 18 September 2017

It was all about the 2YO's this morning both at trackwork and the official trials at Canterbury. 

Trackwork Thursday 14 September 2017

Global Glamour (Star Witness/Spectacula) has come through her trial in very good order 

Trackwork Monday 11 September 2017

Mystic Empire (All Too Hard/Empress Wu) put in a very solid gallop this morning ahead of her start at Canterbury on Wednesday.  

Trackwork Friday 1 September 2017

It was a quiet morning of gallops, however a few really stood out amongst the rest.  

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