Trackwork Thursday 5 January 2017
Ahead of his run on Saturday at Warwick Farm, Arbeitsam (Snitzel/Workhard) was Steve O’Halloran’s best of the morning. The gelding "felt great” in his final gallop over 1200m and is "ready to go," according to Steve.
Let’s Celebrate (Northern Meteor/One Sweet Day) finished her 1000m gallop with an 11.6 second final furlong under apprentice Charlie Bishop. He gave her a squeeze and she stretched out nicely on the B-grass. She's coming to hand well and has trained on nicely since her recent trial performance.
Another slick time was set by Purrari (More Than Ready/Purrpurrlena). Steve commented, "She finished off well,” working home over her last 600m in 36.4 seconds.
South African jockey Keagan Latham's best was Diamonds Are (Foxwedge/Dual Diamond). The gelding cruised around solo on the grass and is coming close to a trial this preparation. We hope he can add to his fine form in the near future.
Kenzie (Sebring/Triple Crown) is a happy filly and has come through her trial in good order. She went through her paces nicely this morning and is set for her 2nd trial in the next 10 days.
Sepoy’s half-sister, Necklace (Eavesdropper/Watchful), was Johan Victoire’s best of the morning.
Ahead of his run on Saturday at Warwick Farm, Arbeitsam (Snitzel/Workhard) was Steve O’Halloran’s best of the morning.
Josh Parr’s best of the morning was 2YO colt French Tune (Your Song/De Puivert).
Our first daughter of wonder-horse Frankel, the two year old filly Woman (Frankel/More Joyous), is rapidly gaining confidence.
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Hussterical (Beneteau/Hussterics) was apprentice Rachel King's best of the morning.