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Boom and Zoom has pulled up great from her race at Nowra. She had her first trip to the river on Saturday morning (she is furthest from the camera in the video above). She was a bit nervous but she will get better each time she goes to the river.
Boom and Zoom is fully recovered from her trip to Forbes and we are aiming to race her again at Nowra next weekend. Nowra had a lot of rain and the track is very wet so we will have to see how it is as we get closer. She can go to the following Moruya meeting if the surface at Nowra is unusable.
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Boom and Zoom is racing at Sapphire Coast on Sunday (race 5 at 3:35pm) in the Class 2 over 1008m. She resumes this prep with two jumpouts under her belt and Shaun Guymer is booked to ride. She has drawn a wide barrier but is likely to come in a few with scratchings.
The main danger in the field is Shenandoah and Boom and Zoom meets him a kilo better than last time they raced at Canberra. We think Boom and Zoom is a good each way chance. The video above is her gallop on Tuesday (she is on the outside).
Disappointing not to race Boom and Zoom this week when Moruya races were called off. We are now planning to race her at Sapphire Coast on the 26th of July. The video below is her in the round yard this morning after her canter.
Boom and Zoom had a couple of days rest after her jumpout last week because she bruised her heel while carrying on in her yard after the jumpout. She is fine again now and is nominated to race in the BM58 1010m at Moruya on Monday 13th July. The video above is her walking this afternoon.
Boom and Zoom had another good jumpout today. She went around without her blinkers (we are saving them for raceday) so she settled at the rear of the field and worked through the middle of the other horses around the turn to run 2nd. She pulled up good and is on track to race on the 13th of July at Moruya.
800m – 47.14, last 600m – 34.49.
Boom and Zoom has come through her jumpout great. She is eating and working well and she looks so much physically stronger than last prep. She will have a second jumpout on the 1st of July.
The video below is her gallop this morning:
Boom and Zoom performed well in her jumpout this week. She was not asked to do much and was strong to the line under a hold. It was a much better performance than her first jumpout last preparation.
800m – 47.35, last 600m -34.30
She will have another jumpout on 1st of July
Boom and Zoom started 3/4 pace last week and she is building her fitness quickly. We are aiming to have her ready for a jumpout on the 17th of June.
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Boom and Zoom is back at the stables after a month in the paddock. She will start trackwork tomorrow. Click above for video update.
Boom and Zoom has pulled up great from her win last week. Click above for video update.
Boom and Zoom put in a tremendous effort at Canberra over the weekend so she went to the paddock this week for a freshen up. She will start trackwork again on Monday.
We are planning on stepping her up to 1400m next start. If she is ready to step up in time for Nowra on the 29th of March she will race then but if she needs some extra time, she will go straight to Moruya on Cup day 12th of April.
Boom and Zoom is racing at Canberra on Sunday 8th of March in the Federal $40K Maiden over 1200m (Race 4 at 3:15pm). Shaun Guymer is booked to ride her again.
She has drawn a wide gate but we have been very pleased with how she is working in the lead up to this race and we think she has a good chance. Her final gallop on Wednesday morning was strong (video above) and she could be feeling any better.
Boom and Zoom has pulled up great from her good run at Canberra last week. She did some 3/4 pace this morning and she will be nominated to race again in the $40K Country-only Maiden at Canberra on the 8th of March.
We are into our second week back at work since the bushfire evacuation and Boom and Zoom galloped with Icksta this morning (click above for video). Both horses worked well and have remained quite fit during their short break in the paddock. Both will have a jumpout on Thursday morning and then look to race the the Bega carnival on the 1st or 2nd of February.
Boom and Zoom had a good jumpout this morning at Moruya (video above). She finished off well in the straight and is on track to race at Moruya on the 6th of January.