Trackwork Tuesday 9 May 2017

Prompt Response (Beneteau/Prompt) worked a treat on Tuesday morning ahead of Scone on Saturday. Bowling over 1200m, running home over her final 200m in 12.0 seconds, jockey Tim Clark made the comment, "She is such a pleasure to ride and is spot on for Saturday." After a rather disappointing effort last start, the filly is ready to bounce back and hopefully we will see her in the Winner's Circle.

Supply and Demand (Sebring/Demanding) was jockey Tim Clark's best of the morning when working over 1200m. He ran home over his last 200m in 11.5 seconds with Tim commenting, "It was a great work and he came home a happy horse." The gelding will again put in a big run at Scone on Friday, back him.

Flame of Love (Smart Missile/Burningwood(USA)) was apprentice Rachel King's best of the morning when bowling over 1000m and came home the last 200m in 11.6 seconds. The filly has come through her win in terrific order and will again be tough to beat at Kembla Grange on Saturday.

2YO son of Street Cry (IRE), Hualalai (ex Aloha) was impressive in his work under jockey Jason Collett this morning when working over 1000m. Running home over his final 200m in an impressive 10.9 seconds, Jason made the comment, "He's ready to go." Keep an eye on him in the coming weeks when he resumes his campaign, he will well fresh first up.

Commanding Witness (Star Witness/Commaura) paired nicely with Soviet (Stratum/Inchita) to cover a smooth 1000m, running home over their final 200m in 11.0 seconds. Under jockey Keagan Latham and senior work rider Ranjeet Singh, the two looked very comfortable in their work and are both coming to hand nicely this preparation.


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Tuesday 16 May 2017

Spendthirft's 2YO colt Hualalai (Street Cry/Aloha) was the standout this morning when working over 1000m 

Trackwork Friday 12 May 2017

Lavender Hill (I Am Invincible/Faker (NZ)) worked a treat with jockey Keagan Latham in the saddle this morning. 

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