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Racing was at CAULFIELD on Saturday on GOOD-3 track, rail was 9m. The better ground was away from that inside rail especially as the day wore on. Many slowly run races and a tighter than normal track (rail 9m) made for a larger than normal ‘Forgive File’ given plenty found traffic/ trouble !

Run Of The Day:
Honourable mentions go to ULMANN and SACRED EYE with a narrow ‘’winner’ this week, TARZINO in the last, at just start No.3 he was straight out the back early and gave the leader (who was runner-up) a massive head start before sustaining this long, wide run… despite this, he was THE strongest at the end (11.65 last 200m was not only race-fastest, but good relative to the day), his ran his last 1000m in 57.5… Excellent win!

…As mentioned, the runner-up was stablemate (filly) SAILING BY who had led in an even 49.63 1st-800m, she was only grabbed late. ETYMOLOGY was back with the winner 1000m out, he went between runners and copped a couple of baulks, he did hit the line nicely, he ran 58.07 last 1000m and 11.79 last 200m note. ASSERTIVE STAR looked every hope into a sound 4th, he is still learning the caper. Of others: PAY UP BRO found line (3rd-fastest last 200m) as did ZAPURBLY who made his run 1-off the inside so doubt was in the A-ground. They ran 1-37.44 for 1600m.

Race 8 was The Naturalism and MAGNAPAL had the right run but had to be tough late, and was, just holding out THE UNITED STATES who raced tight around that 125m mark and you could argue that loss of momentum was costly! GENUINE LAD did well on-speed given he was 1400-to-2000m 2nd-up and BOLD SNIPER, well, how good could he be if he settled? He over raced for the majority of the first 1200m of the race yet somehow still managed to hit the line in 11.51 his last 200m, the fastest of the race! KAPOUR led in 1-15.95 1st-1200m so ran along ok and only wilted the last 100m, that tops him off? ALMOONQITH with blinkers on went way back and made good ground (home 11.52) and OUR IVANHOWE certainly raced like a stayer, didn’t quicken but kept getting stronger as race went on! They ran 2-02.78.

Race 7 saw the trifecta come from the back despite a slow 36.31 1st-600m so all honours to them, they were: POLITENESS (always runs great splits home, almost always flies fresh – she ran 21.97 / 11.13 home), GRIANTE (ridden colder she ran day’s fastest 11.03 last 200m) and JESSY BELLE (back/ tight and stayed on inside rail, not the A-ground, yet ran 11.11 home – she is flying!!). Of the others: VEZALAY (sound back in trip on quick back-up but again found a few better), ATLANTIS DREAM (good return) and the very raw SATYA who was back with the trifecta, didn’t quicken at all, then warmed up and hit line sweetly (11.17 home). Time: 1-10.76.

FELL SWOOP is a winner!! 3-wide on-pace no cover (slow speed – 36.75 1st-600m and only one turn Caulfield sprints) and had to really dig late! HE did, suspect he ‘’sold’’ a few doubters with this win. CHARLIE BOY sat off them, got the run and just missed, he gave 1st, 3rd, 4th 5-to-5.5kg’s and the return was super. JAVA followed winner and loomed, fancy he peaked late (didn’t go through line) and fitter now. ULMANN was excellent here, back between runners off that slow speed, just love how he kept winding up and he was right on the heels of the trifecta on the wire, he recorded an 11.29 last 200m, clearly race-fastest, in for good prep this guy. ROYAL RAPTURE went super too, see him in Forgive File… Time: 1-10.93 so… .44 slower early than the Mares and .17 slower overall.

Two very good fillies quinellaed Race 5: DONT DOUBT MAMMA sat off the walking speed, copped a baulk just as leaders kicked then balanced-up and zoomed to the line. SACRED EYE sat just off the winner, wider then was forced wider again turning before attacking the wire, I mentioned the ‘’walking speed’’, well, leaders crawled through a 51.33 1st-800m so these two girls were dominant coming from off the pace, they ran some of the best closing splits of the day, winner 22.04/ 11.09 and runner-up 21.99/ 11.13. Overall time slow but it had to be given that tempo, they ran 1-25.62. LAZUMBA warmed up nicely very late again (only quinella had faster last 200m) and she is desperate for ground this prep it seems, she is going much better than your form guide is telling you!

Race 1 saw BASSETT sit off the hot speed whilst his two key rivals were up running 1-2 and cutting at each other, winner won well and is smart, the two leaders were hot fave KEEN ARRAY (led inside with no peace) and MAWAHIBB up outside and ‘’at’’ him, they ran 29.2 1st-500m, to put that into some perspective, when Rich Enuff led here at this trip a few weeks back, he ran 29.5 1st-500m. Overall time was good: 1-3.43. The first five only had 1.9L over them but confident the race/form will be strong.

RHYTHM TO SPARE (not much luck), SCHOCKEMOHLE (wide/ worked forward), CORAM (never got out !), COLLINS STREET (never got out !), ALLEYOOP (held-up/ made nice ground!), SARDAAJ (caught wide), SCRATCHY BOTTOM (back/ slow pace and held-up when starting to make nice ground), LUCKY LAGO (poor recovery), UNGRATEFUL ELLEN (K.O’d !!), HELA FLYER (wide), ROYAL RAPTURE (back/ held-up/ clear late and did hit wire), GALAXY PEGASUS (badly blocked), EXODUS (back/wide), MECIRE (same boat), HAZARD (too wide), SCARLET BILLOWS (no luck), CAFE SOCIETY (wide) and ZACADA (covered ground).

In Sydney it was RANDWICK on Heavy-8 track upgraded to Soft-7 at race 3, the rail was True and the pattern clearly suited those away from the inside rail.

Run Of The Day:
king with RULING DYNASTY and KERMADEC but pointy end of the prize goes to KIMBERLEY STAR who was caught wide off the strong speed, she improved and hit the lead but the quinella, from the back, had the last crack at her and went by, she ran a minty race to keep third !

Winner was PEARLS who relished the hot speed (they ran sub-47 1st-800m here on Soft ground), like the way she joined in top of straight leaving runner-up HONESTA in her wake, that girl wound up strongly though and really attacked the line getting within .3L off Pearls. HONESTA ran 12.6 last 200m, clearly race-fastest. SEMPRE LIBERA went well her fresh too given she was forced to slower inside lanes, she trialled nicely prior. Time: 1-24.44.

To the G1 and KERMADEC was too strong 3rd-up! He sat off them with nice trail, he was ridden very confidently, went through his gears and ran over ROYAL DESCENT (every hope/ so genuine) and PORNICHET who led narrowly, off the rail, then kicked really strongly, his run was excellent even allowing for the even 49.7 1st-800m given no leader won all day and he is length better drier for mine. LUCIA VALENTINA (tardy/ weaved through/ good) and KIRRAMOSA (back/wide/ good also – she is flying) had identical 12-sec flat last 200m splits. 

PREFERMENT won Hill Stks sustaining a long, wide run, the runner-up MAGIC HURRICANE had spent less petrol by the time they were near each-other (800m), and, he then got onto winner’s back before hitting the lead… Winner was tougher/ stronger at the end of the 2000m no doubt! All honours winner. Plenty of other good run and first eleven home here covered just 2.7L. COMPLACENT led at the good clip on a better track to be swooping and did a great job to hold 3rd. WHO SHOT THEBARMAN is on target, home 12.02 nearer inside, he had fastest last 200m of the race and wasn’t in the best going. Most of these ran well.

COUNTERATTACK won race 1 off a good 29.23 1st-500m speed, they ran some 3L quicker early than older horses Ball OF Muscle for the 1100m so runner-up HAPTIC has done a very good job leading against the pattern. TAKEDOWN didn’t ping like winner but was good late. Time: 1-4.99

REBEL DANE won in 1-4.67 for 1100m off a 29.73 1st-500m and great to see him back off that wind operation. BALL OF MUSCLE almost lasted! SHIRAZ went inside them and gave his all but was just no match today. ROCK STURDY warmed up late, in fact, he had quickest final 200m split of these horses. 

NOT A CHERRY (wide), MINE TWO (worst ground), SOFIA ROSA (too close inside), IN HER TIME (amiss), HOOKED (no peace/ pattern against), RAND MARSHALL (shuffled back/ stayed hard on inside/ ran well !) and CELTIC PRINCE (stayed inside).
- Gator

Another HUGE Day !

Author: Gator

THE best in the business, our man, David ”Gator” Gately was at it again on Saturday finding winners everywhere!!

* POLITENESS (Best Value Bet Of The Day – $10 was bet)



* KERMADEC (Bet Of The Day)

* TARZINO (they went up $17 in places) plus Trifecta/ First-4 in R9 Caulfield

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He also had high-up: BASSETT, SO DOES HE, FELL SWOOP, MAGNAPAL, COUNTERATTACK, SADLER’S LAKE, KASIANO LAD and RULING DYNASTY plus a heap of quinellas, trifectas….


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Racing was at FLEMINGTON on Saturday on GOOD-3 track, the rail was TRUE, the track played very eel early (even a little towards the inside) then quickly levelled-up before suiting those off that inside rail as the day wore on.

This week’s podium goes the way of PETITS FILOUS, SET SQUARE and TULSA with the latter getting the ‘’gold’’. TULSA was jumping 1100-to-1400m 2nd-up, was back last on the rail then badly blocked until around the 200m mark, he then flew at the wire running an 11.28 last 200m (clear race-fastest) despite not having full momentum!

There have been serious question marks on the 3YO males in Vic this season but this race rated OK relative to quality G1-competitive older horses (Disposition/ Amicus) over the same trip (1400m) later in the day, winner BON AURUM was terrific given the ground he covered, he was backed at odds and ran 1-23.13 (only .4 slower than Disposition and 6/100ths second slower than Amicus), the 1st-800m split was a modest 48.61 (the aforementioned other two 1400m races were run at the same speed, both 48.89, so these 3yo’s were .28 quicker early). LIZARD ISLAND was second, yes he had a softer run than the winner and was just no match but certainly ran well, as did 3rd-placed EL GRECO (kept finding line/ home 11.59) and 4th-horse PATCH ADAMS (back/ held-up/ home hard in 11.54 and should have finished closer!). SOVEREIGN NATION worked home well second start but his run ended late.

Might stick with these other two 1400m races before we get to the G1:

DISPOSITION had the right run and travelled-up sweetly before proving too strong in Race 5, he ran 1-22.73 off that 48.89 1st-800m and was the race rated highest of the three 1400m events, he was one of the best backed runners on the day and there is improvement in him from the fresh run here. AKAVOROUN closed well fresh-up from just off the winner, he took a little ground off him that last 200m too (4/100ths quicker late) and PRESSING was a solid third ridden more positively here, he got in 1-1 and was the best of those on-pace runners. SIR ANDREW (colder ride !!) ran home hard from the tail (race-fastest 11.48 last 200m) and ZEBRINZ measured up well again, he kept closing (home 11.56) in-between horses, keen to back him in easier, at 1600m now. 

The Let’s Elope Stks looked a hot field and it was a very competitive finish! There was .8L separating the first six mares on the line, winner AMICUS swamped them all late coming from back/wide with cover and ran 1-23.07 off that 48.89 1st-800m (identical 1st-800m to Disposition’s race/ .34 slower overall) and she beat the underrated PRECIOUS GEM who was with her at the 300m, but just no match, and MAY’S DREAM who was held-up a touch 250m out then closed strongly, MISS ROSE DE LAGO was a solid 4th and 1st-up whilst the other three were 2nd-up, COSMIC ENDEAVOUR was stiff to miss the ‘’podium’’, terrific effort given she was wide no cover and foxed wider on the bend, VEZALAY was every hope, hit the lead, but again swamped late at this level. These six had 1.5L to spare on the rest, of those NIMINYPIMINY measured up well, FENWAY did more than enough and AMARELA was good for midweek race soon.

To the G1 and what do we make of it?? Hard to knock the outcome given the highest-rated horse won it, FAWKNER, however, just like the Memsie a few weeks earlier, they all ran well. The race was run at a crawl for this class of race, a 51.56 1st-800m is ridiculous, there was always only modest tempo on paper but when WEARY went back and ENTIRELY PLATINUM was tardy, well, it was left to HI WORLD to lead them up. Winner had the good run and has this great mix of class and courage! Now 8yo but only had 27 starts, there was 3.8L over the entire field on the line, all fourteen of them were either very good, good or forgivable! RISING ROMANCE was in front of the winner early then, behind him when they straitened, she was out in time for mine but just no match for FAWKNER. Third was ENTIRELY PLATINUM who was slow out as mentioned then rolled forward, every hope this tempo! BOBAN was on the back of the winner and found the line super in-between runners off this tempo. HAPPY TRAILS (every chance) was next from ALPINE EAGLE who was back/wide with cover then made a move but was forced quite wide, worth noting he had race-fastest 400m-to-200m split (10.68) but was 6th-fastest last 200m, did fitness give out or were others tougher/ more seasoned? GUST OF WIND from last on inside was 100/1 off this speed but went over line beautifully, she and RISING ROMANCE had fastest last 200m splits (11.15) just ahead of BOBAN (11.16). 

CHURCHILL DANCER is at a new level this prep, he simply dug deepest to win Bobbie Lewis after looking in trouble 300m out, UNDER THE LOUVRE is always a sectional star, he was again flashing home in 11.35 last 200m, clearly race-fastest and clear pick of the closers. GREGERES led in 35.8 1st-600m and was only grabbed late. LUCKY HUSSLER looked a big hope when he improved through on the inside but now, race 6, fancy the better ground was away from the rail, anyways, he ran well fresh-up. AMORINO (sound home fresh/ his best form here is at 1400m) and RICH ENUFF stuck on well when headed, he is still very brave but that brilliance is not there, or, does that top him off fitness-wise?? Overall time a sharp 1-8.86 for 1200m

KINGLIKE won the other 1200m race in 1-9.06 off a stronger (35.12) 1st-600m as new season 3yo, his finale was strong, the win was good, the spruik was big, but in fairness, the jump outs were super! RAPHAEL’S CAT shared the good speed yet kicked away nicely and beat all-bar one (who had sit on him), very good run! READY FOR VICTORY was a funny run, he never travelled yet kept responding to riding, fancy he wants 1400m badly now. PURITAN measured up well, he came from well back and closed nicely, he was race-fastest (11.02) 400-to-200m but the trifecta had 1.1L to spare on him and the rest of the field. REEMAH the filly finished off quite well (3rd-fastest home).

PARCEL (went solo outside rail/ ambitious!!), REIGNING (back/wide/took off mid race), SNOOPY (held-up until race was over), RAGAZZO DEL CORSA (knuckled/ worked forward), PRINCE OF BROOKLYN (K.O’d), BLACK VANQUISH (vet: mucous), LAST BULLET (nearly fell 200m/ did run on!), YESTERDAY’S SONGS (wide run no real cover), AKZAR (still not out/ had a bit to give!), STERLING CITY (wrong spot/ rail), AWESOME ROCK (wide no cover/ stuck well/ beaten 3.1L and unproven WFA so???), MADAM GANGSTER (dipped start/ lost irons), SET SQUARE (wide/ terrific run), OBSERVATIONAL (bit against) and ABBASSO (forced wide Vs slow speed).

IN SYDNEY it was ROSEHILL on GOOD-3 track, Rail was out 2m, the track played very well with no pattern/ bias, winners sat up on speed and swooped.

Honourable mentions to SWEET FIRE and SULTRY FEELING but the return win of WINX was just outstanding!! 

Back last and checked off heels 400m out she hooked out widest and just sprouted wings to get up right on the wire at the 1300m. Wow!! SONS OF JOHN was super from midfield he grabbed NINTH LEGION late but was nailed by a freak performance. STRAWBERRY BOY was as brave as ever, there was only .6L over these four on the line. FAMOUS SEAMUS and TURBULENT JET closed well and VASHKA covered ground and held his ground well. Winner ran a sharp 1-15.77 for the 1300m.

The G1 Golden Rose was run in fast time, 1-21.83, despite an even early tempo (48.14 1st-800m), winner had the good run just off speed and quickly pounced when that gap came, these new season 3yo’s smashed the clock the last 600m splits and winner ran some 8L quicker than older horses over the same trip later in the day. SPEAK FONDLY led on the inside and did kick, but had no answer winner, she held second over SEBRING SUN (good from the back coming wide) and RAGESSE (kept closing Vs tempo). 

CATKINS won the Sheraco from just off midfield, what a ripper!! ECHO GAL led in 34.88 1st-600m and had some pressure, she kicked strongly and beat home BOUNDING (every hope) who was coming off a brilliant win at Caulfield, Echo Gal had just given Amicus a race prior, she then won the Let’s Elope Flemington. SLIGHTLY SWEET was back last and didn’t quicken at all then warmed up very nicely late! Top return her. Time: 1-9.14 

The other 1200m race was won by GOOD PROJECT and he ran 1-9.36 off a 34.76 1st-600m so the race rated OK relative to those gun mares, winner had the right run and dug in well off nice trial form to beat INZ’N’OUT who settled near the winner, came wider, and was solid, they beat 3rd ok, that third horse was MUSIC MAGNATE who was beaten for speed but ran home hard, fancy the run ended late? SULTRY FEELING  was badly blocked then flew late when finally clear, hmmm…

SCHERZOSO (didnt quicken/ ran out of room), SLIVOVITZ (back/wide/ took off midway), SWEET FIRE (baulked turn and forced wide/ costly!), SEBRINA (back/wide), PRINCEFAMOUS (pressured/ ran well), HAVANA (wide on hot speed), PEEPING (cardiac arrhythmia), PRESS STATEMENT (luckless key stage!), HEART TESTA (wide), NOSTRADAMUS (wide), NANCY (wide/ stuck well) and TESTASHADOW (never clear/ bad day Angland!!).
- Gator

Winners! Value!!

Author: Gator

Yes there were a stack of winners again this week with our main man David ”Gator” Gately’s TOP-RATED RUNNERS section:


PETITS FILOUS, ALBONETTI, DISPOSITION, SILVERBALL were all top-rated, but there were some huge value winners AMICUS ($17+) and SOMETHING SECRET ($15+) right at the top of his selections, there was some massive Quinella and Trifecta dividends (KINGLIKE/ RAPHAEL’S CAT/ READY FOR VICTORY); GOOD PROJECT/ INZ’N'OUT/ MUSIC MAGNATE); GOD’S IN HIM/ NEVAGOTAVOTE).


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Racing was at MOONEE VALLEY on Saturday on GOOD (improving) track. Rail was TRUE. Those away from, the inside rail had the advantage, in fact no winners on the day were hard on that inside rail.

This week’s lower podium spots went to STAY WITH ME and BOOM TIME but hard to go past CHAUTAUQUA for top billing, wow, what a return! Beaten for speed a bit early and spotting them a big start, he went from ‘’in trouble’’ to ‘’race over’’ within about 100m… Outstanding!

The race was won in slick time, 58.23, off a strong 34.1 1st-600m split, runner-up FLAMBERGE was well ridden and good fresh but again had to play second fiddle to a world-class sprinter. 3YO FURNACES sat just off this hot speed and hit the lead, the smart, older sprinters had the last crack at him, he went very well off the back of a top trial in Sydney and can be followed back to his own age. KLISHINA was old late, her 11.95 last 200m was bettered only by winner Chatauqua (11.71) and SWEET EMILY went super for something easier. Pleasing return from TYCOON TARA this grade, this trip also.

The Dato was the other G2 and THE CLEANER returned to the winner’s list (was nearing 12-months between wins) and was strong doing it on a day not many leaders won, he was well-rated (49.06 1st-800m – Onpicalo led the Opie Cup field some 9L quicker earlier in the day) and beat BAGMAN (best closer/ 12.17 last 200m was race-fastest) who is fit and in-form. DIBAYANI again wobbled a bit on the turn, he again was sound. KENJORWOOD gave his all at WFA and narrowly beat home the disappointing CONTRIBUTER who reportedly didn’t like being crowded up and ‘’forcing for runs’’. MOURINHO was the other disappointment here. BANCA MO had sound late splits. Overall time: 1-36.3

The Opie Cup was also over 1600m and they ran slower time (1-36.64) despite that much quicker 1st-800m (47.47). CHANCE TO DANCE had a softer run than THE UNITED STATES who was forced to face the breeze 3-deep a long way out, they had a 2-horse war late, and gaped third who was the fit in-form ABBASSO. BARON ARCHER came from back and wide and covered more ground than the runner-up yet kept closing, he ran well, there was money for him. Thought MUJADALE was terrific here, working early up second on the strong speed, hit lead a long way out and held on super! Stiff not to make ‘’the podium’’. ELECTRIC FUSION hit the line ok (4th-fastest last 400/200 splits).

The Atlantic Jewel looked a great race on paper and the fillies did not disappoint! Winner STAY WITH ME improved quickly from back/wide and raced to the lead beating PASADENA GIRL who followed her (they were within 1/100ths of second last 200m splits, in fast their final 600-to-400-to-200m were all near identical. Both excellent fresh, as was third filly JAMEKA who worked forward early to get in but was posted 3-wide no cover off the solid 35.95 1st-600m speed and held on for 3rd in a race where 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th all swooped. DONT DOUBT MAMMA was back behind the quinella, held up a touch then flashed home in race-fastest 11.60, top run! LAZUMBA warmed up nicely when race was over, she clearly wants ground this prep. They ran 1-11.37 for 1200m which was .81 faster than older sprinters in the following race.

These older sprinters ran 1-12.18 however, the 1st-600m split of 36.8 was significantly slower (4L+). Winner had the dream run behind the slow speed then went inside them as they ran to near the middle of the track straightening up, no knock on the win but things could not have panned out any better given natural leader GALAXY PEGASUS missed the kick. BEACH FRONT sat 2nd and was every hope. GRIANTE sat off them today and was forced wider turn as leaders ran out, she was good given her weight Vs males. SOLSAY led (every hope) and FAST N ROCKING was excellent from back and very wide off this tempo with 60kg! He ran home 11.63 last 200m, that split was bettered only by TANSY (11.58 – day’s fastest!) who also came wide. lost his spot, then hit line hard, good run! Odd race, there was 3L over the first twelve, be careful.

LIGHTNING BELL (last/ slow pace/ had quickest last 200m split), HOLY COW (luckless and lame), MAGNUS SLIPPER (held-up and not in A-ground), SHADOW OF THE MIST (very wide), STRONG HAND (lame), PRINCE CHERI (lame), PACIFIC HEIGHTS (stayed in worst ground), BADAWIYA (made nice ground in very limited room/ ran well), SAGARONNE (badly blocked), CHIVALRY (raced tight a few times), TANSY (as mentioned), GALAXY PEGASUS (race over at start), FAST CASH (covered ground), ETHIOPIA (atrial fibrillation), KURO (no luck key stage), IM ALL THE TALK (bled), SISTONIC (lame), SHENZHOU STEEDS (worked early/ ended up on rail worst ground/ ran super) and CORREGGIO (took off mid race).

In SYDNEY it was RANDWICK on SOFT track (Soft 7 to Soft 6) with rail 8m. There was a significant bias to those on-speed and nearer the inside.

Honourable mentions to KERMADEC and SPEAK FONDLY but going with SHIRAZ here, back to 1000m, sits 3-wide no cover against the pattern up to 58kg yet runs over quality sprinters anyway! Excellent win.

He ran 57.72 and all honours were his, runner-up CRAFTINESS sat second and wore down leader BALL OF MUSCLE but had no answer winner late, good return though, and like him better on drier. BALL OF MUSCLE was only swamped late, these three had a good gap on the rest of the field.

Race 6 was the Chelmsford and COMPLACENT, 2nd-up off long break led all the way (pattern a help but top effort), this is a horse that has beaten world-competitive Criterion at 3yo remember, he beat KERMADEC who was forced to face the breeze 3-deep against the pattern, great run 2nd-up, he can win a big G1 this Spring no doubt. ROYAL DESCENT was sound (3rd) and HARTNELLL sat 2nd and held on for 4th (not convinced sitting up on-speed is his go). JUNOOB didn’t ping but was very nice over the line here, he was one of three to break 12-secs that last 200m, he ran 11.92, winner was 11.98 and I’M IMPOSING from way back ran race-fastest 11.78. Of the others: PORNICHET was OK but had the back of Kermadec, do prefer him drier. WHO SHOT THEBARMAN went over the line nice at the mile too. Time: 1-37.68

The Tramway was also won by a leader, HOOKED, he was well off the rail though and won well given there looked improvement in him for sure. ECUADOR had the rails trail and went up inside the leader/winner, every hope but solid. RUDY came from off the pace wide with cover and hit line nicely (home 11.6 last 200m). ARABIAN GOLD sat 2nd and given winner led was every hope. KIRRAMOSA ran home hard outside against the pattern (11.56) and LUCIA VALENTINA went between runners from way back and also hit the line hard, her 11.52 was race-fastest last 200m. 

SPEAK FONDLY impressed again in race 4, she took sit, took over ‘bolting’ and won running away, the sectionals back that up too, her 11.88 last 200m was significantly faster than anything this race. PERIGNON sat behind said winner and was sound but no match at all. OTTOMAN loomed a bit but yeah, no match either! They ran 1-10.64 for 1200m.

WINE TALES (back/wide Vs bias), TAP THIS (mixed luck), GOLD AMBITION (no luck), ATMOSPHERICAL (poor recovery), HARTNELL (don’t sack), SWEYNESSE (3-wide no cover), GYPSY DIAMOND (tardy/ ran quite well) and CELTIC PRINCE (wide).
- Gator