Trackwork Tuesday 13 December 2016
Fabrizio (High Chaparral/Desina) is in superb form leading into the Group 2 Villiers Stakes this Saturday and this morning he has his final gallop over 1200m with jockey Josh Parr in the saddle. It's no surprise the gelding was Josh's best of the morning, running home over his final 200m in 11 seconds with the young gun commenting, "He's all class, a really beautiful animal."
The smart 2YO Pandemonium (Sebring/Tapanappa) ha returned a bigger, stronger filly and this morning she cruised over 600m with apprentice Rachel King in the saddle. Picking up over her final 200m in 12.4 seconds, Rachel commented, "I cant fault her work. She is coming to hand beautifully." Expect to see this filly at the trials in the next 10 days.
Last start winner Cabeza De Vaca (Northern Meteor/Dirty) is holding his form well and bowled comfortably over 1200m on the B-grass with Steve O'Halloran in the saddle. Working home steadily over his final 400m, Steve commented, "He's a very honest horse and did the work easily within himself. He feels great." Keep an eye on this gelding, there are more wins in store.
Miss Debutante (Fastnet Rock/More Than Real) is in fine form heading into Saturday's Inglis Sprint and this morning she put in a solid gallop over 1200m on the B-grass. Rachel commented, "It was very strong work, she's raring to go." She's 2 from 2 this preparation and is set to continue the winning streak on Saturday.
English (Encosta De Lago/Court) was senior rider Steve O'Halloran's best of the morning when bowling over 1200m
Stampede (High Chaparral/Nothin Leica Cat) has come through his first up run in terrific order.
Cafe Society (Motivator/Mishina) was jockey Tim Clark's best of the morning when working over 1400m on the course proper.
Global Glamour (Star Witness/Spectacula) bowled comfortably over 1200m this morning with her trackwork rider Steve O'Halloran in the saddle.
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Ugo Foscolo (Zacinto/Bequests) has trained on beautifully since his most recent trial and on Thursday morning he cruised over 1200m.