Trackwork Tuesday 15 May 2018

PROMPT RESPONSE (Beneteau/Prompt) galloped over 1000 metres on Tuesday morning with apprentice Rachel King aboard. She put in a solid gallop as she travelled around the track with ease to finish off her final furlong in 11.7 seconds with Rachel commenting, "She was my best ride of the morning." The mare will aim to trial in the next 10 days in preparation for a quick return to the races this preparation.

WOMAN (Frankel/More Joyous) has settled back into her routine at Tulloch Lodge with ease as she returned to the track on Tuesday morning for a gallop over 1000 metres at three-quarter pace. The filly gave apprentice Quayde Krogh a terrific feel as she travelled along to clock her final furlong in 14.3 seconds with Quayde commenting, "It was beautiful work. I never had to ask her and she did it with ease. She has a terrific action and I couldn't fault her." It's still early days but it is great to have this filly back in work.

TOMATIN (Smart Missile/Highland Daughter) made a positive impression on apprentice Rachel King on Tuesday morning as he galloped over 800 metres alongside his stablemate. The duo clocked their final furlong in 11.7 seconds with Rachel commenting, "It was a very strong gallop which shows he is improving with each piece of work." The gelding will head to a trial in the next 7-10 days and is one to keep your eye on.

 


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Trackwork Thursday 24 May 2018

DANTE ROSSETTI (Sebring/Cute Emily) heads back to the races at Gosford on Saturday over the mile and should be tough to beat. 

Trackwork Wednesday 23 May 2018

The Group 2 placed daughter of Sebring, SERENA BAY (ex Caiguna) was apprentice Rachel King's best this morning. 

Trackwork Thursday 17 May 2018

BROADSIDE (Raise The Flag/Anam Cara) was apprentice Lee Magorrian's best this morning when bowling over 1200m on the dirt.  

Trackwork Tuesday 15 May 2018

WOMAN (Frankel/More Joyous) has settled back into her routine at Tulloch Lodge with ease as she returned to the track on Tuesday morning. 

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