Trackwork Thursday 21 December 2017

Impressive last start winner MONTREAL (Lonhro/Cirque Du Soleil) was apprentice Rachel King's best this morning when bowling over 1200m. Running home over his final furlong in 10.8 seconds, Rachel made the comment, "It was really sharp work. He was strong through the line and pulled up bouncing off the track." The gelding will head back to the races in the next 7 days.  

SEE ME ROCK (Sepoy/Born To Rock) is doing the work "very easily" according to senior rider Steve O'Halloran when cruising over 1200m. The filly has had the three solid trials this preparation and she is fit and ready to get to her debut in the next 7-10 days. She is one to keep you eye on first up.

BROADSIDE (Raise The Flag/Anam Cara) has come through his last start in super order and this was confirmed by Rachel this morning when working the gelding over 1400m on the dirt track. He clocked a time of 12.8 seconds for his final furlong with Rachel commenting, "He felt super and bowled around strongly on the bridle."

SEDANZER (Sebring/Voltdanze) has too come through her last start win really well and this morning she got the tick from her regular rider Rachel working over 1400m. Rachel was glowing in her report and commented, "She feels great and is a very happy horse. I cannot fault her." She is on track for the Group 3 Belle Of The Turf at Gosford on the 28th.


Trackwork Tuesday 17 April 2018

ARBEITSAM (Snitzel/Workhard) has only continued to thrive since his third in the Group 1 Doncaster Mile and this morning he was Steve O'Halloran's best. 


MAID MARILYN (Stratum x Longlea) has come through her recent trial well which showed in her work on Thursday morning.  


WEDGIE (Foxwedge x Undercover) has come through her last start brilliantly which showed in her work on Tuesday morning.  


MAID MARILYN (Stratum/Longlea) was joined by Luskintyre Lass (Snitzel/Gold Fortune) for a 1000 metre gallop at three-quarter pace on Friday 

Track Work Reports - Archive