Trackwork Tuesday 30 May 2017

The beautifully bred 3YO filly, Long Time Ago (Redoute's Choice/Once Were Wild) was senior rider Steve O'Halloran's best of the morning when working over 1000m on the steeple grass. This filly has always shown plenty of ability, working home over her final 200m in 11.6 seconds with Steve commenting, "She is still a tad soft but she feels great in her action and is doing it easily within herself." She is one for the Black Book.

Shackleton (Fastnet Rock/Wiener) was jockey Brenton Avdulla's best of the morning when working over 1200m on the steeple grass alongside UK import Imperial Aviator (Paco Boy/Telescopic). The pair worked home over their final 200m in 11.2 seconds with Brenton commenting, "Shackleton feels terrific. He's a big, strong colt and felt great in his work."

The daughter of More Than Ready, Piping Hot (ex Ribe) has come through her trial in sensational order and was apprentice Rachel King's best of the morning when cruising over 1200m on the steeple grass. Working home over her final 200m in 12.0 seconds, Rachel commented, "She feels really good. She relaxed early in the work and was very strong to the line." The 3YO filly will have one more gallop this time in before resuming her campaign. Keep an eye on her.

 


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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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