Train the Brave is nominated to race at Moruya next Tuesday. Click above for a video update on his progress.
Boom and Zoom is nominated to race at Moruya on Tuesday 17th of September. Click above for a video update on her progress.
Click above for a video update on Pinch Memory as he heads towards his next race.
Gossip started 3/4 pace on Tuesday morning and is coming along well. Click above for a video update on her progress.
Hay Bale is nominated to race at Kembla Grange on Saturday. Click above for a video update on Hay Bale’s progress heading towards the race.
The fields will be published tomorrow morning.
Resort is entered to race on Thursday at Hawkesbury in the BM64 over 2100m (Race 6 at 3:20pm). The rail is out so it is a small field of only 10 runners. Resort has drawn barrier 7 and with Pat Scorse’s claim, he will carry only 55.5kg.
Resort had a solid sprint up on Tuesday morning (video above).
A video update on Resort heading into tomorrow’s race is below.
Jeddah Aheadah has resumed pace work following her short break. The video above is her 3/4 pace on Tuesday morning.
Pauper had a good jumpout at Moruya this morning (video above). He settled at the back and worked home easily, running the fastest time of the morning. He pulled up well, not blowing at all and had no coughing or any other issues.
He will trial at Moruya on the 17th if all is well over the next week.
Shrug steps up in distance tomorrow when she races in the Maiden 1310m at Moruya (Race 7 at 4:50pm). She had an extremely unlucky run last race and still managed to finish off well so we think she should have a good performance tomorrow.
Malachi Crunch races at Moruya tomorrow in the BM58 over 1210m (Race 3 at 2:25pm). He will be ridden by Belinda Wright for the first time to take advantage of her claim. He is dropping back from Open company and he is a consistently good performer at Moruya.
Sarzana races tomorrow at Moruya in Race 6 at 4:15pm. She will be ridden by Jess Taylor from barrier 6 over the 1435m distance. She will aim to sit just off the speed and going off her recent performances, she should be fighting out the finish.
Resort steps up to his preferred distance when he tackles the BM66 over 2010m (Race 5 at 3:40pm) at Moruya tomorrow. He will be ridden by claiming apprentice Belinda Wright to reduce the huge weight he has been given.
He has been working well and is very full of himself at the moment so we are expecting a much improved performance off his shorter distance runs. The video above is his gallop on Tuesday last week and he had another solid hit out on Saturday morning.
From the wide barrier he will settle and start to work into the race from the 600m mark. He has very good stats third up and we think he will run well.
Pauper is coming along well and will start galloping tomorrow. The video above is his 3/4 pace work last week and below is him walking off the track.
He is aiming to have an easy jumpout at Moruya on the 10th of September and then if he pulls up okay, he will trial on the 17th at Moruya to be passed to race again.
We are aiming to return to the races on the October long weekend at Moruya.
Pinch Memory will have his first race in NSW at Moruya on Tuesday. We couldn’t be happier with how he has been working and we are very excited to see how he races in the Class 3 1020m (Race 2 at 1:50pm). The handicappers significantly dropped his benchmark when he moved from Queensland so he will only carry 55.5kg. There are a couple of good horse in the race but we think Pinch Memory is a good winning chance.
The video above is his gallop on Thursday last week, he is on the outside.
Hay Bale has pulled up very well from his race at Warwick Farm. He wasn’t really able to gallop to his full potential, striking no luck in the run, and he is very fresh again already. He will aim to race in the Federal at Canberra on the 20th of September over 1200m.
Gossip is back at the stables, following a short break in the paddock. She has done a week of cantering and the cut on her leg has healed up very well. She will be able to resume pace work towards the end of the week.
Boom and Zoom is ready to have her first race for our stable on Tuesday at Moruya. She is in Race 1 at 1:15pm and she has drawn barrier 4. Pat Scorse will be on board, after getting a good feel for her in her recent jumpout.
She had a solid gallop with Shrug on Thursday last week (on the outside in the video above) and we think she is a good winning chance in this field over 930m.
Josephine Sea galloped this morning in preparation for racing next week (video above). She is nominated for two races at Warwick Farm on Wednesday and we think the step down to mid-week grade will give her the opportunity for a good result.
She was very settled in her work this morning, which makes her breathing much better and makes her much more relaxed overall.
Train the Brave had a sprint up this morning in preparation for racing at Nowra on Sunday (video above). He has trained on well since his victory at Moruya and will now step up to Class 1 grade.
Our new arrival, Pinch Memory, had his first gallop at Moruya this morning and he was very impressive. He was hard held to the line and very strong in his work. He has come from Queensland in full work so we can go straight to the races with him. We are aiming to race him at Moruya on the 3rd of September.