A busy morning with lots of gallopers!

Princess Mia (Fastnet Rock/Princess Coup) with Tim Clark and Woman (Frankel/More Joyous) with Steve O’Halloran galloped over 5 furlongs, finishing the last 200m in 11.8 seconds. Both riders were very happy with their mounts, with Steve adding, "This daughter of Frankel has improved mentally and physically from last prep, and is going through the gears nicely.”

Tim was also on board Mystic Empire (All Too Hard/Empress Wu) who galloped with Made For Glory (More Than Ready/Poppet’s Treasure) and apprentice Rachel King. Tim reported, "She is in terrific form, she’s relaxed and working strongly – she was my best this morning.”

Rachel later partnered Pandemonium (Sebring/Tapanappa) over 5 furlongs. The filly looked nice and relaxed, with Rachel adding, “She’s in great form, I really like her.”

Rachel’s best for the morning was Sweet Redemption (Snitzel/Redeeming Lass) who galloped over 6 furlongs on the steeple. The 4YO mare looked fantastic and I’m looking forward to getting her back on the track.

Ecuador (High Chaparral/Bak De Princess) was also on the steeple, galloping over 6 furlongs under Brenton Avdulla. The gelding was Brenton’s best for the morning and he added, “That was good, strong work. He’s well in himself and thought he was King Kong when passing another trainer's horses.”

A number of yearlings also galloped on the steeple this morning, with a few to keep an eye out for below:

Pierro/Demanding Miss
Excelebration/Better Life


Trackwork Thursday 20 July 2017

One yearling that particularly stood out was the Epaulette/Blue Note colt who breezed over 3 furlongs  

Trackwork Wednesday 19 July 2017

Gearing up to trial is the newly gelded Preferito (Choisir/Cariad) as he breezed over 6 furlongs  

Trackwork Monday 17 June 2017

Fresh Start (Pierro/Cadazzle) with Adam Hyeronimus and Follow On (Pierro/Mica’s Pride) with senior work rider Steve O’Halloran cruised comfortably over 5 furlongs  


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