Trackwork Thursday 26 October 2017

MAID MARILYN (Stratum/Longlea) heads to her debut at Kembla Grange on Saturday in tip top shape after an eye catching gallop this morning over 11.5 seconds. Working home over her final 200m in 11.5 seconds, apprentice Rachel King made the comment, "She feels super and was my best of the morning."
The very talented multiple Stakes winning son of Sebring, SUPPLY AND DEMAND (ex Demanding) was jockey Adam Hyeronimus' best this morning when cruising over 1200m. Working home in very good fashion, Adam made the comment, "He feels great, I can't fault his work. The gelding has come through his trial in terrific order and looks set for a big return to the races on Saturday.

The unbeaten 4yo gelding, STONEBROOK (Hinchinbrook/Calaluna) looks set to continue his 100% strike rate on Saturday at Randwick after a promising gallop this morning over 1200m with Steve O'Halloran in the saddle. The gelding looked very focused cruising around the dirt with Steve commenting, "He is bouncing out of his skin and will prove tough to beat on Saturday."

A standout amongst the 2yo's this morning was WHITELEY (Sebring/Exquisite Art) who was Adam's best for the youngsters. Working on the B-grass over 3 furlongs alongside his stablemate, he clocked a time of 11.3 seconds with Adam commenting, "He is a very nice colt with a lovely action and a great attitude towards his work." Keep a close eye on this chap over the next couple of months.


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 

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