Living Doll

Living Doll

Living Doll

Living Doll had a good gallop yesterday morning and is aiming to return to the races at Goulburn on Sunday 9th of February.

Hay Bale, Living Doll

Living Doll and Hay Bale jumped out together at Moruya this morning. Living Doll is leading and Hay Bale is 2nd in the video above.

Living Doll had a good hit out and she will race in the Open 1010m race at Moruya on the 22nd of December.

Hay Bale was a bit flat in the finish but he hasn’t raced for 8 weeks so this jumpout will help to sharpen him up before he runs in the same race at Moruya.

The 800m heat was run in 47.41 seconds, with the final 600m in 33.68 seconds.

Living Doll

Living Doll is racing at Moruya on Tuesday in the Open 1200m (Race 3 at 2:10pm). She has barrier 1 and Pat Scorse will be riding her with 54kg.

It is a strong race but she won’t know herself with such a low weight and she has the ideal barrier for a front runner so we think she is a really good place chance.

She has been working well and is over her feet trouble from earlier in the preparation so we are expecting a good performance on Tuesday. The video above is her at the river on Wednesday (her rider is wearing yellow).

Living Doll, Malachi Crunch

Living Doll has recovered fine from her fall at Moruya races. She went to the paddock for three days immediately after the race meeting to rest and she has been well since returning to the stables. She galloped with Malachi Crunch on Thursday morning (video above).

Both Living Doll and Malachi Crunch are aiming to race again at Moruya on the 6th of August.

Living Doll

Living Doll had her second jumpout on Tuesday morning at Moruya (video above). She jumped well and led the whole way. Her heat was run in 47.35s over 800m (last 600m in 34.37s).

She will be nominated for Sapphire Coast on the 9th of June.

Living Doll

Living Doll had her first jumpout of the prep on Tuesday morning (video above). She was given an easy run because she had only done two track gallops in the lead up.

She finished in 1st place running the 800m in 46.68 seconds and the last 600m in 34.36 seconds.

We are planning on giving her a second jumpout on the 28th before she returns to the races at Sapphire Coast on the 9th of June.

Living Doll


Living Doll had another good performance at Nowra last week to finish 3rd. She has gone to the paddock for a rest and will return to training in month.

Living Doll

Unfortunately, the track was too wet to race Living Doll at Kembla on Saturday so we will nominate her for Nowra on Sunday the 17th of February.

Living Doll, Malachi Crunch

Living Doll and Malachi Crunch galloped together on Thursday morning (video above).

They worked from the 1000m mark in the following sectionals:

16.82, 15.71, 14.67, 11.78, 11.51

Living Doll is planning on racing at Kembla Grange on the 9th and Malachi Crunch is aiming to race on the 5th, also at Kembla Grange.

Living Doll


Living Doll recovered from her victory on Monday with a trip to the river the next morning (photo above). Despite the heat this week, she has bounced back very well and is a very tough mare.

She is planning to race again at Kembla Grange on the 9th of February.

Living Doll, Sarzana

Living Doll is entered to race at Moruya on Monday in the BM58 over 1020m. She has a lot of weight but with Pat Scorse’s claim she will carry 60.5kg.

She galloped with Sarzana on Tuesday morning (video above) and they worked home in very quick time:

17.15, 14.11, 14.10, 11.51, 10.96

Sarzana is also entered to race at Moruya on Monday over 1210m and we think she is knocking on the door to break her maiden status.

Living Doll

Living Doll is preparing to race again at Moruya on the 21st of January in the BM58 over 1010m.

Her hard fought 2nd place at Sapphire Coast at the beginning of the month was her 10th top 3 finish out of the 13 races she has run since joining our stable just under a year ago. She is incredibly consistent and has amassed $44K in prize money this last 12 months.

Living Doll

Living Doll is nominated to race at Sapphire Coast on the 2nd. She will have 60.5kg with Pat Scorse’s claim but the race seems to be easier than the Federal at Canberra, which is the other option.

Living Doll has recovered from her 4th place run at Moruya very well and she has won at Sapphire Coast previously.

Living Doll

Living Doll was scratched from Canberra races on Sunday due to the Soft track. She had a solid gallop on Tuesday morning (video above) with a mate. They worked from the 800m mark and the furlong sectionals were:

15.75, 14.26, 12.50, 11.17

Living Doll visited the river on Wednesday for a recover session (video below – second horse).

She is entered to race on Sunday at Moruya in the Christmas Flying over 1010m.

Living Doll

Living Doll is back at the stables following a short freshen up in the spelling paddock last week. She did some pace work this morning (click above to view video) and will have a sprint up on Thursday. She is nominated to race at Canberra on Sunday over 1000m.

Living Doll, Pulla Swifty

Pulla Swifty galloped with Living Doll on Thursday and she worked much better with a mate. She was controlled but finished off the gallop strongly.

The furlong sectionals were:

15.30, 14.27, 11.46, 11.25

Pulla Swifty is entered to race at Sapphire Coast on Monday.

We had planned on racing Living Doll at Kembla Grange on Saturday but the track will be too wet for her. She is going to the paddock for a week off next week and will then aim to race at Moruya on the 23rd of December.

Living Doll

Living Doll has recovered from her race at Canberra very well after having an easy week. Today was her first morning of pacework since racing and she did 3/4 pace over 1000m, hard on the bit and very keen.

We will nominate her for Kembla Grange on the 1st of December.

Living Doll, Stable News

Canberra Races 18/11/18

Living Doll put in another tough performance at Canberra on Sunday to finish 3rd in the BM65 1200m. Ridden by Pat Scorse, she jumped a length in front, sat outside the leader and was only beaten 0.4 lengths in the finish.

We have had Living Doll for 11 starts now for 2 wins and 7 placings, making her an impressively consistent horse.

To aid her recovery, she went to the river to wade in the cool salt water on Monday morning. She always eats up after racing and bounces back quite quickly after each start.