Georgian Court has come through her 2nd place run at Sapphire Coast very well and will head to Moruya races on Friday. She is closest to the camera in the video above taken at the river last Friday.
Georgian Court had her second jumpout on Tuesday morning at Moruya (click above for video). Her heat was run in 46.55s over 800m (34.14s last 600m).
She pulled up well and is ready to go to the races at Sapphire Coast on the 9th of June.
Georgian Court has pulled up well from her jumpout on Tuesday and went to the river on Wednesday morning for a recovery session (video above).
She wasn’t asked to do too much in the jumpout and will have a second hit out at the jumpouts on the 28th before she goes racing on the 9th of June at Sapphire Coast.
It was an easy trail ride for Georgian Court and Pulla Swifty on Tuesday morning (click above for video).
Georgian Court had some stiffness in her shoulder following her big weekend to Randwick so we have decided to turn her out for a short spell.
Georgian Court had her final gallop on Tuesday morning before heading to Sapphire Coast on Saturday (video above). They have been getting quite a bit of rain at Bega, which should suit her perfectly. She is dropping back to 1600m and has been kept fresh since her last start.
Georgian Court had an easy week following her run at Moruya on Monday. She went to the river, on a trail ride and did some cantering. She is aiming to race again next weekend at Sapphire Coast.
Georgian Court has pulled up well from her excellent 3rd place run at Nowra on Monday. She went to the river this morning and will continue to work away from the track this week, either at the river or on the bush track, with the aim of backing up at Moruya on Monday.
Georgian Court is one of those mares that is very well suited to the Moruya training environment because she works too hard to go to the track every day and the variation we can offer in her training really helps her to perform on race day.
Georgian Court had a super gallop on Thursday morning (video above) in preparation for the races at Nowra on Monday. It has been raining and the softer track really suits her as can be seen in her beautiful action in her track gallop.
She has drawn an inside gate at Nowra and it is a Heavy 8 at the moment so we think she should perform well.
Smiles all round at Sapphire Coast where Georgian Court won the Class 1 over 1608m.
Thanks for the great pictures Bradley Photos!
Georgian Court is going to do a quick back up between runs when she returns to Sapphire Coast on the 2nd. With only seven days between races, she will just trail ride and wade at the river to keep her fresh. Hopefully she can go one better than her Boxing Day second place.
Georgian Court is entered to race at Sapphire Coast on Boxing Day in what looks like a very suitable race for her. She is also entered for Moruya on Sunday, which is a much harder race but is has been raining at Moruya and she really needs a wet track to perform well.
We intend to race her at Sapphire Coast unless Moruya is a Heavy track.
Belle Tournure kicked off her prep with a brilliant victory at Sapphire Coast on Monday. It was a tricky day of racing with the track heavily favouring leaders but Belle was able to defy the pattern of the day and come from behind to win. Robbie Brewer gave her a perfect ride and her determination got her over the line.
Belle has pulled up well and will aim to race again at Moruya on the 23rd of December.
Pulla Swifty settled quite well in her race but couldn’t make up any ground in the finish. She is ready to step up in distance now and will plan to race over 1300m at Moruya on the 23rd.
Millijule was unable to make up ground from the corner and battled away to finish 6th. Her racing style is not well suited to Sapphire Coast when it is playing in favour of leaders because she needs such a long wind up. She has pulled up well and went to the river this morning with Georgian Court who also raced on Monday. Georgian Court had an awkward run and would really prefer a wetter track.
Belle Tournure galloped this morning in preparation for racing at Sapphire Coast on Monday. She worked on the course proper and her furlong sectionals were:
14.38, 14.05, 11.90, 11.88
She is entered in the BM53 1208m (race 5 at 4:10pm) and has drawn barrier 1. Robbie Brewer will be riding her for the first time and we think she has a good chance.
Georgian Court galloped behind Belle and she is also racing at Sapphire Coast on Monday. She is in the Class 1 1208m (race 6 at 4:45pm) and Pat Scorse is riding her. The track is currently rated a Soft 5 and Georgian Court likes it as wet as possible.
Malachi Crunch worked 3/4 pace over 1000m on the course proper on Saturday morning. We are aiming to give him a jumpout on the 11th of December.
He followed Georgian Court, who is aiming to race again at Sapphire Coast on the 3rd of December.
Georgian Court worked 3/4 pace over 1000m on the B grass on Saturday morning.
Georgian Court lead the way for our new horse, The Amazing Tahlia, on her first ride on the bush trail on Wednesday morning.
The Amazing Tahlia will aim to race at Canberra on the 30th as her first start for our stable. Georgian Court is planning on racing again at Sapphire Coast on the 3rd of December.
Georgian Court has pulled up well from her run at Queanbeyan. We think the track was just too firm for her.
She will race again at Moruya on Melbourne Cup Day.
Airfree has come through her Randwick run very well. She followed Georgian Court on the bush trail on Thursday morning.
Georgian Court is entered to race at Queanbeyan on Sunday. She had a good gallop on Wednesday morning working home the last two furlongs in: