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SUMMARY OF LAST WEEK:
Racing was at MOONEE VALLEY on Saturday on SOFT-5 track with Rail 5m. The track played very well, ability and tempo were the keys to winning NOT track pattern, which is all we ask as punters yeah ?
RUN OF THE DAY:
There were a handful of exceptional performances, most noteworthy were MAWAHIBB and WORD OF MOUTH but have to give the major end of the prize to RAPOSO who missed the kick and was a mile off them, held-up, with 400m to run, once he saw daylight he flew through along the inside and won going away!
He ran the quickest of the 4 x 1200m races on the day (1-12.8) off the strongest speed (35.41 1st-600m) this early speed was a tick over 3-seconds quicker than Open Class 1200m won by Sea Lord – In other words, the leader of RAPOSO’s race, GLOOP, would have been leading this race roughly 16L midway if they’d been run together. Winner still ran a slick 12.23 last 200m despite the hot speed, good horse! VALDERRAMA measured up well, he joined in but had no answer for winner late is all. KANSAS SUNFLOWER sharply back in trip ran well and GLOOP was a fading 4th, these four had 7L to spare on 5th !!
The Open Sprint was won by SEA LORD leading all the way, he absolutely crawled in front (38.43 1st-600m), the runner-up sat 2nd, NEAREST TO PIN and 3rd-horse SOLSAY was sitting third, they went that slow the 2yo Mawahibb would have led Sea Lord about 7L midway… Anything from the back had no hope. Overall time was, of course, slow, 1-14.3
WORD OF MOUTH impressed winning Race 7, he needed a touch of luck coming to the turn but once into full momentum he rounded them up and raced away running 2:09.76 for the 2040m, this was significantly faster than the Open Class 2040m race however, the 1st-1240m split of 1-19.49 was much quicker (1.76 secs / roughly 10L). The pressure was on with SHIKARPOUR leading then attacked mid race  DOCTOR CARE was just off the winner 600m out, and no match at all but sound home into 2nd. LANNISTER ran up behind them and looked a live hope but was then dropped by the winner. GOLD MEDALS ran 12.81 home, same split late as DOCTOR CARE, winner home 12.46.
Race 6 saw ALCOHOL thrashed his rivals 3rd-up out to the mile, he too won going away and more to come from him! Admit I was pleasantly surprised to see him just off the speed on the rail, from there, he just needed the luck, it came and he sailed by SADAQA (led/ honest) and KING’S DANCE (sat 2nd/ gave his all). ONPICALO was a distant, and every chance, 4th. TRISTRAM’S UN made ground, only the winner had a quicker last 200m but he’s struggling to land one. Time: 1-38.53 off 49.24 1st-800m and this race, first four were 1-2-3-4 at that 800m mark.
Better mention impressive 2YO MAWAHIBB who went to the front with blinkers on, ran 37.22 1st-600m, then raced away! He went through the line beautifully and times back up the visually impressive win, his 11.96 last 200m was the quickest of any runner all day and he ran much quicker overall time than Sea Lord and smart filly Shakespearean Lass. DEMONSTRATE was back and wide then improved mid race, he did a great job to beat everything else clearly. TRINITY RIVER was a sound 3rd but in a different class to the quinella. Overall time: 1-13.28
THE FORGIVE FILE:
FLYING HOSTESS (poor recovery), PARMALOVE (blew start), HERSTORY (keen/ wide too soon), TESTABILITY (back/wide/keen), SANG CHOI BAO (wide), CRESTA CONDOR (breathing issue?), METAPHORICAL (back and wide), MASTER’S DEREE (had no soft run), SHIKARPOUR (attacked midway), STRIKE THE STARS (badly held-up!!), DIGITALISM (should have won!), SPECIAL MISS (covered ground), HENWOOD (tempo against – too keen) and LE REMAS (tempo against – fitter).
In Sydney it was RANDWICK on very HEAVY (10) ground. The better ground was AWAY from the inside rail.
RUN OF THE DAY:
Podium finishes go to GOD’S IN HIM (good win again – gapped 3rd) and MAGIC HURRICANE, the latter was forced to go early and forced very wide, given the strong speed in the race, he was terrific! In that same race is our ‘winner’ this week, GEORGEY AEROPLANE who made up a stack of ground on the slower inside lanes then edged off and went down narrowly, he is flying this prep and can win soon!
PAJARO won the race sitting back off that good speed and no knock. 3rd-horse CASINO DANCER is often underrated, he raced tight turning then ran home hard, only the quinella had quicker last 200m split. GHOST PROTOCOL was ok very late into 5th.
Race 7 saw AROUSED track the speed and just last to beat COSMIC CAMEO who covered a stack of ground, I know the fence was ‘off’ but swap the runs and this is your winner! KOKOMO was terrific also given he didn’t ‘’race well’’ early and was way back then made up very good ground! DESTINY RISING shared the speed (inside) and was best of those on-pace runners, clearly.
TIMELESS PRINCE won Race 6 and was beautifully ridden to the pattern, off speed past middle in home straight and beat ALIAS who just couldn’t get wide enough (where winner was). SEE THE WORLD gave them too big a start but winner was the only one to break 12-secs his last 200m here, and it was an 11.82 split. Time: 1-14.5 off 37.7 1st-600m.
Race 5 and BERRY DELICIOUS was ridden cold, made ground at the key time and ran over ELLE LOU who was sound (every hope) from midfield and in the best round. DISGRACEFUL worked a bit early and did well to hold 3rd in a better race to run on. ALEGRIA was with the winner 600m out and no match, but a solid 4th.
THE FORGIVE FILE:
MY SABEEL (no luck key stage), CAPROSSA (wide/ worked), SAVOUREUX (went to inside rail), TREE OF JESSE (worked hard early), HOLDER SUNSET (wide on-speed), AWASITA (worst ground) and PYTHAGOREAN (way too keen).
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