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Desert Flame, No Emotion

No Emotion had a good second jumpout this morning and worked to the line well. He is leading in the video above. He will aim to race at Moruya on the 3rd of April.

Desert Flame did not appreciate the very wet track and she knocked up a bit towards the end of the trial. She is on the rail in the video above and finished second. We will give her a second jumpout in a fortnight or a barrier trial on the 3rd of April before she goes racing.

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No Emotion had his first jumpout of the prep this morning (in blue colours in the video above). He will have a second jumpout or a barrier trial in a fortnight before he goes racing.

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No Emotion will start galloping next week as he heads towards a jumpout on the 9th of March. The video above is his 3/4 pace work on Saturday morning.

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No Emotion continues to do well since his return to the stables. After such a long break, he will do another two weeks of cantering before he steps up to pace work.

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No Emotion is back at the stables after his long spell in the paddock. He went for a canter on Saturday and he has slotted straight back into stable life. Click below for video update:

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No Emotion did a steady working gallop on Saturday morning (video above) as he prepares to race at Moruya tomorrow.

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No Emotion is racing at Moruya on Sunday. He is in the Class 2 over 1435m (Race 6 at 4:05pm), Aaron Sweeney is riding him from barrier 4.

He took some time to recover from his trip to Forbes but his work on Tuesday was good and he has been eating well. He typically runs well at Moruya and he is up to his preferred distance now.

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Click above for video update from trackwork this morning.

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No Emotion has pulled up good from his jumpout last week. He had an easy gallop with the Real Impact filly on Tuesday (he is on the inside of the track in the video below and he is in front coming off the track). He will jumpout again on the 29th.

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No Emotion had a good first jumpout for the prep this morning at Moruya. He jumped well and finished off nicely in the straight. He hasn’t done much galloping at trackwork yet so he will do a second jumpout on the 29th before he goes racing.

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No Emotion has been pace working strong and could be ready to jump out next week. We will gallop him later this week and decide then. He is full of confidence since his spell and is quite funny how tough he thinks he is at the moment. He is a horse that needs his confidence up to race well so we love to see him like this. The video above is him walking this afternoon.

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No Emotion has been cantering since he returned to the stables and will start pacework at the end of this week. He has settled back in great and he is quite full of himself at the moment.

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No Emotion is having a lovely break in the paddock. He doesn’t usually spell good on his own and typically prefers to have a friend in the same paddock but he is really happy on his own this time. Perhaps his confidence is up and he doesn’t need a mate so much now.

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No Emotion races at Canberra on Friday in the BM60 1400m (Race 5 at 2:55pm). He had a solid sprint up on Tuesday morning (video above) and went for a trail ride today for his recovery day.

He will be ridden by Robbie Brewer who has a good connection with the horse. He has again drawn a wide barrier and will jump from 12 but we are very happy with his work since his last start and expect another good performance on Friday.