Click above for video of Ile de Re’s gallop this morning. She is nominated for Sapphire Coast on the 29th.
Ile De Re has come through her run at Canberra very well. She hasn’t left any food and she was moving and working good in her 3/4 pace work yesterday. The race has tightened her up through her belly while still holding a huge amount of muscle in her chest, shoulders and rump for a mare. We were happy with her performance at Canberra and are planning to step her up to 1200m at Sapphire Coast on the 29th of October.
Ile De Re is first up at Canberra on Friday. Click above for her video update.
Ile De Re had a good first jumpout at Moruya this morning
(video above). She began quietly but was strong to the line. She pulled up quite well. We will see how she is over the next few days before deciding if she will have a second jumpout or go to the Class 1 over 1000m at Canberra on the 9th of October.
Click above for Ile De Re’s video update
Click above for video update
Ile De Re is coming along great. She did three mornings of half pace last week and is ready to start 3/4 pace tomorrow. She is trimming up around her belly but is still really strong through her shoulders and chest. She is eating very well and seems happy. The video above is her cantering on Friday last week.
Ile De Re has settled in great and is building up her fitness by cantering each morning. She is eating very well and she is a really friendly horse who loves hanging out with her neighbours. She can be a bit nervous going to the track but the relaxed atmosphere at Moruya is suiting her.
This week we welcomed Ile De Re to the stables. She is a 6 year old, Krupt mare who is closely related to Sifu. She is an incredibly strong, muscular horse who has only had five races in her career for a win at Wagga. She has been spelling for over three months so she will be cantering for a few weeks before starting any fast work. The video below is her first morning cantering on the Moruya track.