Bring Me Some has pulled up good from his improved run at Sapphire Coast last week. He is nominated for Gundagai on Sunday and Queanbeyan on Monday. Click above for video update.
Bring Me Some is entered to race at Moruya on Monday in the BM58 1425m (Race 6 at 4:45pm). He has drawn a very wide gate but he will be claiming down to 54.5kg and he is wearing the blinkers for the first time. He galloped in the blinkers on Tuesday morning and worked well to the line with a mate.
Bring Me Some has recovered from his recent race at Sapphire Coast well and had a good gallop on Tuesday morning. He is nominated to race again on Monday 2nd of March at Sapphire Coast.
Bring Me Some had a good jumpout at Moruya this morning, winning his heat. The video above is his jumpout followed by the onboard video from the helmet camera his jockey was wearing.
He pulled up well and will aim to race at Sapphire Coast on Saturday 15th of February.
Bring Me Some had a solid gallop with No Emotion on Wednesday morning (black horse on the inside in photo above). He is now ready to have a jumpout in preparation for going racing. Bring Me Some had his first visit to the river this morning and as expected, he was perfect.
Bring Me Some pace worked over 1000m this morning (video above). He has returned from his short break looking good and working well. He will gallop next week and then jumpout on the 11th of February before heading to the races.
Bring Me Some started 3/4 pace this morning on the grass track. He spent last week building up his fitness with some 1/2 pace and is now ready to step up. He will continue to increase his fast work over the next few weeks and is aiming to have a jumpout on the 9th of January. He is a great eater and is very sensible and professional.
Bring Me Some is now in week three of his training and he will be ready to start some 1/2 pace next week. He is still very relaxed and quiet in his work and is very easy going around the stables.
Bring Me Some arrived at the stables last week and he has settled in great. He is very quiet and sweet and is a real pleasure to work with. He is just cantering for the first three weeks to build up some fitness before he starts fast work. He is the black horse in the video above.