Trackwork Tuesday 23 May 2017

Lavender Hill (I Am Invincible/Faker) put in a good piece of work today for jockey Tim Clark who commented, "She's still soft but she definitely has ability." She hasn't be in long but this filly is impressing everyone on the track and she is fast approaching a trial this preparation.

Thorin (Sepoy/Alberton Park) put in his best gallop this preparation when working over 5 furlongs and covering the final 200m in 11 seconds flat. Jockey Adam Hyeronimus said, "He did it easily this morning and always gives 110%." This is a tough little colt who we are excited to get back to the races.

Apprentice Rachel King made Lord Macau (Casino Prince/Sweet Cheeks) her best of the morning after he galloped over 6 furlongs, coming home in 11.8 seconds in the final 200m. He looks and feels fantastic and is generally very pleased with himself at the moment.

Shackleton (Fastnet Rock/Weiner) galloped comfortably over 6 furlongs with work mate, Imperial Aviator (Paco Boy/Telescopic) with senior rider Steve O'Halloran commenting, "He has come through his trial very well and put in a strong gallop today. He's in great order." This is a colt who is really coming into his own this preparation which is certainly showing in his work.

Steve also rode two-year-old colt, Runaway (Manhattan Rain/Catshaan) who was his best of the morning. This horse keeps improving and came home in an easy 11.9 seconds with work mate Regal Cannon (Bullet Train/Duchess Daisy). They worked very well together with Steve making the comment, 'This is a really nice horse. He got into a great rhythm down the straight and travelled strongly to the line."
 


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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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