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SUMMARY OF LAST WEEK:

Racing was at CAULFIELD on Saturday on GOOD track with the Rail True. There was no mad pattern/ bias evident, some winners sat wide, the winners of races one, three, six were all nearer the inside rail. 


Run Of The Day:
With 42% of the vote, you went with BOW CREEK. The win was exceptional !! He blew the start then sat just off midfield then needed luck straightening, once he saw daylight, he exploded and was the very definition of ‘’won going away’’…. Watch him through the line, he is about 5L in front of them all past the post!

He ran 1-48.65 for the 1800m despite a moderate 49.54 1st-800m split and easily beat FENWAY (the other hard luck story from the Orr Stks) who was solid, and only 2nd-up herself, MOURINHO led (at said moderate tempo) and left the rail, he held third from AWESOME ROCK who ran super given he did a power of early work, the two behind these clearly made the Forgive File (see below) in OUR IVANHOWE and RISING ROMANCE, the latter ran 11.72 last 200m which was bettered only by the winner’s electric 11.45. Thought ALMOONQITH hit line nicely too (5th-fastest home). 

The Blue Diamond Stks was Race 7 and we saw two outstanding individual performances. EXTREME CHOICE sat just off a hot (34.06 1st-600m) speed, 4-wide no cover yet cruised to the lead and ran a sizzling 1-8.95, before we go on, let’s line that up with the mighty SEPOY from 2011, Sepoy shared the speed in his Diamond and they went 34.25 1st-600m so no walking was happening, he cleared out by 4.2L and ran 1-8.55, of course, he went on to win The Slipper. Back to this, winner was the only on-speed survivor and beat the third horse 6L. The runner-up was FLYING ARTIE who went back and was forced right off the track turning before balancing up and running home hard, he thrashed everything else, a very interesting stat here was the last 200m split, EXTREME CHOICE was 11.83 (remember, 4-wide up on fast speed) and FLYING ARTIE 11.84 (rushing home), so, yep, 1/100ths of a second quicker late, the winner…. An outstanding win/ 2yo !!! Of the others: ZAMZAM with blinkers on ran home well (home 12.10) into 3rd (first filly home) and POWER TRIP was back near the runner-up and ran home quite well without threat (12.19). STAR TURN and SWEET SHERRY were both very wide, and ran well also.

To Race 8 and the Oakleigh Plate and another excellent win, FLAMBERGE had 58kg and had to give them all weight, he sat very deep just off the hot speed (28.33 1st-500m) and surged top lead late holding off FELL SWOOP who did look a bit stiff given he had to change course behind the winner 200m out, still, take nothing away from the winner for the reasons outlined. The query on HEATHERLY was, well, could she led in 28.3 1st-500m and hold them off, the answer was NO, however, she ran a fantastic race but that next level of pressure got her very late (she led 28.8 when stressing them in G3 recently here). PITTSBURGH FLYER (ran on well/ nice return), RELDAS (home 4th-fastest last 200m/ 2nd-fastest last 400m I noted), THE QUARTERBACK (lost touch early/ hit line hard in race-fastest 22.47/ 11.53) and DOTHRAKI (wide/ kept coming) all went well. They ran a slick 1-2.52 for the 1100m. 

Speaking of slick, the other G1 was the Futurity Stks and did they scorch the turf early, HUCKLEBUCK led (out of control it seemed) in 46.66 1st-800m, to put that into perspective on the day, he would have been leading the high-class mares race (R9) a bit over 13L with 600m to run, he faded, but forgive! Winner TURN ME LOOSE was able to take a sit and add a new string to his bow, he settled well behind the frantic tempo and took over straightening, he was a sitting shot for the swoopers but kept running strongly to the wire and recorded 1-22.21 for the 1400m. STRATUM STAR followed him, loomed a bit, but was no match. SUAVITO had nice soft run inside winner and kept closing in strongly, REBEL DANE ran well here coming wide (no trail) before the bend, his 12.08 last 200m was bettered only by SUAVITO (12.04) and THE UNITED STATES (11.96) with the latter really finding the line after being tailed off early. Nice return him! TRUST IN A GUST went super here also, he ran a 10.67 1000-to-800m and was up on that 46.6 1st-800m, he held on well.

The Mare race was taken out by AZKADELLIA and it was all honours to her! Back and 3-wide with cover at times only she balanced up and ran over them all despite a modest 48.86 1st-800m and ran 1-23.22 overall. Her closing splits were brilliant, 22.56 and 11.39 shows her freakish closing speed and she beat a good one in TUSCAN SLING who ran the 1400m out strongly, and, gave the winner 3kg! MISS ROSE DE LAGO led, left the rail and was only nutted late with MY SISTER LIL running a good close-up 4th at $71 and added spice to the First-4 for those who follow our ‘sectional stars’. FELICIENNE was good late here for easier, she ran 11.46 home bettered only by winner. 

Better mention ZEDITAVE Stks (R2) given it looked a great race on paper. It was a 4-way go on the wire with SANTA ANA LANE getting the job done fresh despite a huge betting drift (certainly has improvement in him!) and beating BROCKHOFF who did charge late (race-fastest 11.6 home), BASSETT sat up handy on 35.01 1st-600m and was bloused late and ODYSSEY MOON sat just off the pace 3-wide no cover and ave his all. Of the others, PURITAN ran home 22.64 (fastest) and 11.69 (2nd-fastest) and looks in need of 1400m now? MOGADOR disappointed. They ran 1-9.53 

Fillies in Race 3 saw CATCH A FIRE dominant, she sat up on 48.77 1st-800m and cleared out. Outside of her, well, there was 1 Length between second and ninth fillies!! Wow. MOSSIN AROUND was 2nd and sound with every hope, PASADENA GIRL kept closing in a solid return, CANA led the winner, she was 4th and ALASKAN ROSE got lost early yet ran home 11.31 her last 200m, it was the fastest last 200m of the day. They ran 1-23.56 so time was comparable with the class older mares in R9, albeit, off a slightly quicker early split. 

THE FORGIVE FILE:
KOROIBETE (blew the start), BONFIRE (wide/ worked), POPOVICH (slow recovery), LET HER RIP (didn’t get the room! went well for mine), EGYPT (never got a crack at them!), PATCH ADAMS (lame), CELTIC TIGER (3-wide no cover), EXTAR CHOICE (amiss), CHARLEVOIX (good/ follow), OUR IVANHOWE (shuffle back then held-up key stage), RISING ROMANCE (blocked until 70m mark!!), FAWNER (back and wide), LIDARI (wide on-speed), TRUST IN A GUST (reasons outlined), SCISSOR KICK (had to be amiss?), MISS NYMERIA (lame), SAMARA DANCER (poor recovery), GRIANTE (nearly fell), ATMOSPHERICAL (slow recovery), WAWAIL (squeezed out late but jury out a little), and SAMARTESTED (slow out but jury out a lot !).



In Sydney it was RANDWICK and the track was GOOD, the rail was 6m, and the bias was to those on-speed near the inside rail, they ran fast times!

WINX was the star of the show again, she won the G1 Chipping Norton brilliantly and did it against the bias on the day, she just cruises into her races and was a mile too good running 1-33.92 for 1600m which broke the race record which has stood for 35 years. Runner-up DIBAYANI was terrific again, he fought when headed and has come back super. HAURAKI was slow out then got onto the back of Winx, he kept closing. PREFERMENT certainly did enough, he kept finding the line nearer the inside (faster) lanes. 

The 2yo races were interesting:

Boys: Won by GOOD STANDING (had good run) beating LIONHEARTED (co-led / beat 3rd clearly) and SOUCHEZ (also up on speed) and they ran 1-9.09 off 34.73 1st-600m, so, they were slower early than the girls yet ran around 3L faster overall.. Hmmm

Girls: SCARLET RAIN led in 34.69 1st-600m and recorded 1-9.52 holding off IN THE VANGUARD who took sit and kept trying, she beat 3rd clearly herself, that third filly was TALE OF CHOICE who also sat handy… At first look, I’m querying this race as a Slipper guide, big time!

Race 5 was won by GHISONI and she looks the real deal, led in 47.07 and ran a slick 1-21.35 1st-up at 1400m off a set-back. SINGLE GAZE sat second and tried hard but was outclassed. STAY WITH ME kept closing from wide with cover and she hit line sweetly with pattern against her, she settled better today too. Liked the return of HONESTA here in race of little change.

Race 6 was also over 1400m for older mares, this was won by SOLICIT and she took the course record with her, she broke 46-secs 1st-800m and kept running stopping clock at 1-20.34, the old record was 1-21.03 so she smashed it! ZANBAGH ran on hard from back/wide Vs bias in a top return and PEEPING kept closing with weight scale. ADORABEEL was good for easier, like the way SLIGHTLY SWEET hit the wire here too, very good her!

Liverpool Cup was Race 8 and another track record went, CHARLIE BOY sat behind speed, got the inside run and ran 1-15.08 (old record was 1-15.43). How huge was ROCK STURDY here, way back and held-up then charged home down middle where nothing won all day! Excellent return. GOOD PROJECT made a good return himself from off midfield and just missed the quinella. 

THE FORGIVE FILE:
MR STEAL (given no hope), SPRINGBOK FLYER (too much pressure), TELPERION (beaten by bias?), MILITARY MACHINE (wide), PALOMINO (well back and held-up!), SUGAR PARMA (wide), SMART AMELIA (lame), AMICUS (worked early), MAGIC HURRICANE (worked early), MONGOLIAN KHAN (respiratory issue), GENERALIFE (no luck !), BIG MONEY (near fell), FAMOUS SEAMUS (wide), SILVERBALL (bled), UNEQUIVOCAL (good Vs bias), EL SASSO (too wide), MADDHAL (badly hampered also). 
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