No Emotion has recovered from the knock he received to his leg in his last race start and has been working well this past week. He is nominated for Gundagai on Sunday and Queanbeyan on Monday. Click above for video update.
No Emotion is racing on Monday at Moruya in the BM58 over 1425m (Race 6 at 4:45pm). Robbie Brewer has been booked to ride and he has barrier 6. He continues to do his physio work and stretches to help with his movement and he has been working well at trackwork.
No Emotion is working well as he heads to his next race at Sapphire Coast on the 2nd of March. He had a visit from the physio last week to help him with some niggling pain in his back that he sustained when he nearly fell at Bega at the beginning of February. He is moving better after his treatment and had a good gallop on Tuesday morning.
No Emotion is entered to race at Sapphire Coast on Sunday 2nd of February in the Class 2 1200m (Race 8 at 5:40pm). He will be ridden by Shaun Guymer from barrier 12 carrying 57.5kg.
We are very happy with No Emotion’s work and his condition leading into this race and think he will perform well.
No Emotion worked very well this morning in his first gallop since returning to work (video above). He will be nominated for both days at the Sapphire Coast Carnival (1st and 2nd of February) over 1200m.
No Emotion and Pinch Passion jumped out together at Moruya this morning (video above). No Emotion finished off very well and will be entered to race in the “Country Magic” C3 1200m at Moruya on January 6th.
Pinch Passion knocked up a bit the last 100m but he has not done as much pace work in the lead up and we are happy with how he performed this morning.
No Emotion is gearing up for a jumpout on the 24th at Moruya. His gallops have been coming along good (video above) and his condition is looking a lot better this past week after we tinkered with his diet and started stronger ulcer medication.
It will be good to see him back at the races in the early new year.
No Emotion has resumed galloping after his short break in the paddock and he is on track to have a jumpout on the 24th of December. He is aiming to race on Moruya Cup Day (6th of January) in the Country Magic race.
No Emotion is back at the stables after his spell. He enjoyed his break in the paddock with Chairman’s Choice and he is starting to look better now his summer coat is coming through. We are aiming to have him ready to race on Moruya Cup Day on the 6th of January.
No Emotion had his final hit out this morning before he races at Canberra on Friday (he is on the outside, rider in orange, in the video above). He worked to the line nicely with Shrug under a tight hold.
No Emotion had an easy gallop on his own on the course proper this morning (video above). He will be nominated for Canberra next Friday.
No Emotion has come through his race last Friday well and did some pace work this morning. He ran a good race from the wide gate and was one of only a few horses to finish off strong on the day Link to race replay
An audio report from his jockey is below:
He is a little hard to place over the next few weeks but we will nominate him for the BM60 1300m at Canberra on the 25th and if that is not suitable, there is a BM66 1600m at Goulburn on the 3rd of November for country only horses.
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No Emotion had a solid gallop with Living Doll on Tuesday morning (video above) in preparation for racing this weekend. We have him nominated at Kembla Grange on Saturday and Moruya on Sunday. He will carry 7kg less at Kembla Grange than Moruya. We will accept at both meetings and decide based on the fields and barrier draw.
No Emotion races on Tuesday at Moruya in the Class 2 over 1425m (Race 1 at 12:55pm). He has barrier 8 and Pat Scorse is riding him with 61kg.
He is top weight but it is the easiest race he has been in for a long time and we think he is a good winning chance. His work has been good and he is relaxed and happy (rider wearing yellow at the river in video above).
This morning, No Emotion had his first solid gallop since he raced (video above). He has come through the run very well and has been recovering with river trips and trail rides as well as some cantering.
He is aiming to race again at Moruya on the 6th of August in a Class 2 over 1425m.
No Emotion is working well towards his first start for our stable at Moruya on Monday 15th July.
He had two solid gallops last week. The video above is from Tuesday morning and on Friday morning he again galloped with Hay Bale, working home the final two furlongs in:
No Emotion had his first trip to the river on Saturday morning (video below).
All of No Emotion’s videos are now available on the Thorotek App.
No Emotion has settled in very well this past week. He is eating well and is happy doing his work. His first couple of pace work mornings going Sydney way were a bit unbalanced but his gallop on Saturday (video above) was good and he had no trouble taking the turn.
We are planning on racing him at Moruya on the 15th of July in the BM66 over 1425m.