Trackwork Monday 29 May 2017

It was a quiet morning at track work but the below were a few standouts...

Dortmund (Snitzel/Single Rose) put in a strong piece of work this morning. He was just asked to cover 5 furlongs at steady three quarter pace but prompted jockey Adam Hyeronimus to comment, "He has come back much stronger than last preparation and he feels good." The three-year-old colt is still soft but he looks very promising this campaign.

Energies (Shamardal/Grise Leigh) put in another eye catching piece of work. She was apprentice Rachel King's best of the morning as she "relaxed early and worked strongly to the line." This filly has come along way in the last few weeks and we couldn't be happier with her.

Regal Cannon (Bullet Train/Duchess Daisy) was perhaps the stand out of the morning. Jockey Josh Parr said, "This was an excellent piece of work. He has a beautiful long stride and he kept finding more all the way to the line." He covered his final 200m in 11.5 seconds with stablemate Runaway (Manhattan Rain/Catshaan) who also went extremely well for senior rider Steve O'Halloran. This pair seem to have turned a corner in the last few weeks. Watch out for them on their imminent return to the track.  



Trackwork Wednesday 21 June 2017

Miss Elly May (Duporth/Bay Corn) was jockey Keagan Latham's best of the morning on Wednesday when working over 1200 metres 

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