Trackwork Wednesday 1 November 2017

"ARBEITSAM (Snitzel/Workhard) has come back well and was very strong in his work," according to jockey Adam Hyeronimus who galloped the gelding over 1200m this morning. He worked home at a steady pace with Adam also commenting, "I can't fault him, he feels great." This gelding has won 13 of his 11 starts and we are very much looking forward to getting him back to the races this campaign.

Adam's best this morning was Domeland's CHINA GALE (Pierro/Rocha) who breezed over 1200m alongside his stablemate. Working home over his final furlong in 11.1 seconds, Adam reported, "It was very strong work, he's going great." The gelding will have his next start at Randwick on Melbourne Cup Day.

Another best this morning was 2YO son of Harbour Watch, DUBAI WATCH (ex Munyate) who cruised over three furlongs, Steve O'Halloran was on board and stated, "It was very good work. He quickened up well and is a very professional colt."

LORD MACAU (Casino Prince/Sweet Cheeks) has come through his first up run in terrific order and this morning he pleased apprentice Rachel King when bowling over 1200m on the dirt track. He cruised to the line to record a time of 12.7 seconds for his final furlong with Rachel commenting, "It was really good work. He feels great and has taken plenty of benefit from his run." The gelding will be seen again at Randwick on Cup Day.  


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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