Trackwork Tuesday 3rd January 2016
History Repeats (More Than Ready/Tuesday Joy) was uneffected by the softening ground today, and put in a "super" 600m gallop in an overall time of 36.4 seconds, under senior rider Steve O'Halloran. She trials Thursday at Randwick for the first time since the late winter.
Kerrin McEvoy highlighted Serena's Pride (Fastnet Rock/Sophisticat) as his best gallop of the morning, less than a week after her impressive win. She has come out of the run in fine form and impressed this morning on the Steeple Grass, stretching comfortably over 1200m.
Our first daughter of wonder-horse Frankel, the two year old filly Woman (Frankel/More Joyous), is rapidly gaining confidence before her debut trial. Jockey Johan Victoire came home on the grass in a strong 11.4 seconds for his final 200m. All eyes will be on this exciting youngster at the Randwick trials on Thursday.
The imposing Leningrad (Snitzel/Loveday) was Steve's best two-year-old of the morning. The colt will be trialling in the not too distant future after Steve reported, "He's a very nice horse and gave me a great feel. I can't fault him."
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.