Trackwork Wednesday 23 August 2017

Ecuador (High Chaparral/Bak Da Princess) has come through his sensational first up run in good order and this was confirmed by his regular rider jockey Adam Hyeronimus this morning when working over 1200m. Gliding home over his final 200m in 12.9 seconds, Adam made the comment, "He feels great, I couldn't be happier with him." The gelding will now head to the Group 2 Tramway Stakes on the 2nd of September.

2YO colt Geographic (I Am Invincible/North Pole Dancer) is a very sharp type and this morning he cruised over 600m alongside his stablemate Exceed And Excel/Mabsam. The pair ran home over their final 200m in 11.4 seconds with both riders returning with smiles from ear to ear. Senior rider Steve O'Halloran commented, "Geographic feels a very nice colt. He's switched on and has a good idea," and jockey Tom Sadler reported, "Exceed And Excel/Mabsam carries himself very well. I really like him."

Last start winner Dante Rossetti (Sebring/Cute Emily) has done a treat since his run and this morning he was full of confidence when striding out over 1200m with senior rider Steve O'Halloran in the saddle. Running home over his final 200m in 11.6 seconds, Steve made the comment, "It was really good work. He has come through the run well and towed me right to the line." The colt still has plenty of improvement but he looks an exciting horse going forward and he will run again in 10 days' time.



Trackwork Monday 18 September 2017

It was all about the 2YO's this morning both at trackwork and the official trials at Canterbury. 

Trackwork Thursday 14 September 2017

Global Glamour (Star Witness/Spectacula) has come through her trial in very good order 

Trackwork Monday 11 September 2017

Mystic Empire (All Too Hard/Empress Wu) put in a very solid gallop this morning ahead of her start at Canterbury on Wednesday.  

Trackwork Friday 1 September 2017

It was a quiet morning of gallops, however a few really stood out amongst the rest.  

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