Jeddah Aheadah has resumed pace work following her short break. The video above is her 3/4 pace on Tuesday morning.
Hay Bale and Jeddah Aheadah had a solid gallop together this morning on the course proper (video above). They worked home the final two furlongs in:
Both horses are heading to Goulburn on Monday (Jeddah to race and Hay Bale to trial).
Jeddah Aheadah had her first gallop back from her spell on Tuesday morning and she worked very well, giving her rider a great feel. She is on track to race at Goulburn on the 22nd and we are really looking forward to seeing her back at the races.
She went to the river this morning (video above) which she really enjoys and is great for her joints.
Jeddah Aheadah returned to work last week and after only two weeks in the paddock, she was able to do some 3/4 pace on Saturday (video above).
Following Jeddah’s victory at Goulburn in mid June, she was sold through the Inglis Online Auction. Thankfully, her new owners have decided to leave Jeddah in our care and we are aiming to race her in her new colours at Goulburn on 22nd July and then to a Highway Handicap at Rosehill on 10th August.
Jeddah Aheadah has pulled up well from her hard run at Canberra last week. She had to do too much work in the first half of the race and she had nothing left in the tank to finish off.
She is aiming to race at Goulburn on the 14th of June over 2100m.
Jeddah Aheadah has recovered from her win at Canberra last week extremely well. Her gallop this morning was very strong (video below) and she should be primed to return to the races at Canberra on the 24th of May.
Jeddah Aheadah had a good performance at Bega on Friday, picking up 3rd in her first start for our stable. She was very slow to muster and took a while to find a run in the straight but she still ran well. She is ready to step up in distance and we have learned a few things about her from this start that we can put to use going forward.
Click above for video update on Lincoln Cash Man, Joan Constance & Jeddah Aheadah
Jeddah Aheadah had an easy jumpout at Moruya this morning (click above for video). She was finishing off very well without being asked and we think she will be ready to race at the end of the month, without a second jumpout.
Jeddah Aheadah had her first gallop on Tuesday morning and she travelled beautifully. She is naturally very competitive and pinned her ears back wanting to race her partner.
She is ready to have a jumpout on Tuesday next week.
Joan Constance is coming along really well and is ready to have a jumpout tomorrow. Her gallop video from Saturday is above. She has been eating everything and holding her weight excellently.
Jeddah Aheadah has started pacework and is doing it easily (video below). She is such a lovely, professional girl and she has also been eating well.
Click above for a video update on Lincoln Cash Man, Ollie the Third, Jeddah Aheadah and Joan Constance.