Trackwork Friday 6 January 2017
Sepoy’s half-sister, Necklace (Eavesdropper/Watchful), was Johan Victoire’s best of the morning. The strong filly showed her impressive speed to gallop her final 200m in 11.2 seconds. We will look for an encouraging trial from the two year old at Randwick on Monday.
History Repeats (More Than Ready/Tuesday Joy) is "doing everything right” according to Steve O’Halloran, and was also his best of the morning. She galloped over 1200m, completing the second half of the work in a brisk 36.2 seconds. The three year old filly will likely join Necklace in her trial next week.
Another trialler for Monday is Battle Fury (Smart Missile/Zaby Zaby). Rachael King was happy with his 1000m gallop, in which he cruised round before quickening up over his the final 400m, and finishing off over his final furlong in 11.5 seconds.
“He’s improving each week and is nearly ready to go.” This is what jockey Johan Victoire reported on Swingset (Snitzel/Seesawing) who certainly filled Johan with confidence and will be heading back to the track for a trial in the not too distant future.
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.
Ugo Foscolo (Zacinto/Bequests) has trained on beautifully since his most recent trial and on Thursday morning he cruised over 1200m.
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