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SUMMARY OF LAST WEEK:
Racing was at FLEMINGTON on Saturday on Soft-5 track with rail TRUE. Most avoided the inside rail from pretty early on, in straight races the winners were beyond the middle of the track.
Run Of The Day:
Another dominant ‘’winner’’ this week and with 56% of your votes it was PALENTINO (Bon Aurum was second with 22%) and the win was excellent! He is settling better this prep and he sat back just off midfield then improved nicely before pouncing on proven G1 star in BLACK HEART BART and he won going away!
PALENTINO recorded a 10.86 split 400-to-200m which was one of the day’s better sectionals (and this was a mile race) before sustain the effort and coming home race-fastest 11.69. He ran 1-36.17 overall off an even 49.87 1st-800m. BLACK HEART BART was no match but gallant in defeat and beat third clearly, he was left exposed a fair way out but doubt that mattered. HE OR SHE was between the quinella in the run and straightening up, no match obviously but a solid third at G1/WFA from him. JACQUINOT BAY sat deep and battled on very well, OK the fence was ‘’off’’ but still, he ran out of his skin the old boy. OUR IVANHOWE quickened up quite nicely then battled home well enough, the disappointment I guess was that he never passed Jacquinot Bay, still, the return was sound. PRINCE OF PENZANCE went super here 2nd-up running home 11.77 which was bettered only by the winner, and, SOFIA ROSA was 3rd-fastest home (11.81) and liked her late work after she certainly did not quicken. Clearly wants further.
To race 8 and the Let’s Elope Stks. It was the new season 4YO mares who quinellaed the race (remember as 3yo fillies they kept ‘’rating’’ highly) and that was no shock, hard to pot the winner DON’T DOUBT MAMMA given (as stated) she gave older mares weight and was forced closer to those inside lanes, in fact, she was the only winner all-day back near that section. THAMES COURT sat up handy on a modest 50.51 1st-800m and was gallant but had her chance. The first home from tho older mares was the classy MANAGERESS who was fresh off long spell and she really found the wire off that slow speed. JESSY BELLE raced tight key stage and then closed well for fourth. METAPHORICAL went back and also raced tight before hitting the wire very sweetly, in fact, her 11.53 last 200m was race-fastest. Nice! BADAWIYA was the disappointment but she raced a bit ‘’fresh’’ and had 59 so? Some query here given 1.7L covered the first ten mares but that slow speed was certainly a factor.
Back to Race 2 and KENTUCKY MISS sat deep (best ground) but didn’t have much cover and was keen early yet still charged home to beat BEYOND THE DREAM who flashed late, widest on debut at $201… Wow!! MY COUNTRY led that outside division and battle hard. First home inside was SUPER TOO and given the pattern, her run was excellent. HAPPY EVENT deserves a mention then, she was second home inside. CONSCIOUS didn’t ping at all but warmed up nicely late and wants further it seems. They went 30.81 1st-500m here so there was no mad speed, overall time for 1100m was 1-4.47
Race 3 was another slowly run 3yo race and DETECTIVE sat up second on filly ZUNBAQA and they went 49.77 1st-800m, they ran first and fourth in a race dominated by those nearer the speed. DETECTIVE had to dig in as TESSERA was closing after racing a bit keen early, he didn’t quicken immediately and he looks like a miler to me. THROSSELL was backed and the best of the closers here, he broke 11-seconds 400-to-200m (10.93) coming from off midfield, his 11.93 last 200m was 5th-fastest. The two quickest home were AWAKE IN GRINZING (11.74) and that split has more merit when you consider he wasnt fully clear until around 200m from home so didn’t have momentum up, and, SEABURGE (11.83) who also was blocked until around the 200m. The first ten here covered only 3.3L so…? Overall time 1-24.40
Worth noting BON AURUM and older horses the following race ran 1-23.42 so around 6L quicker overall and that was despite a 49.99 1st-800m (slower early). Winner was impressive and clocked a 10.72 400-to-200m then 11.48 home, loved the ride pinching ground mid race off slow speed. ULMANN was a bit deep and good in second. HI WORLD rushed home 11.45 2nd-up and was the best closer. TASHBEEH led and no match, no winners led in circle races today.
Kiwi SARACINO led in 35.58 1st-600m in Danehill Stks and ran 1-9.80, he was left alone, he kept running and held off ARCHIVES who kept coming despite racing a bit keen early. SAMARA DANCER closed well (both these ran 12.20 home) with WAZZENME 12.15 being race-fastest but off that tempo nothing was able to ‘’storm’’ from the back. HARDHAM warmed up late and wants easier/ 1400m and with the recipe, will get some of my money!
The older horses in Bobbie Lewis ran their 1200m in 1-9.13 off a quicker 34.91 1st-600m and the trifecta here were the three widest runners: FAATINAH (sat deep on-pace with 53kg and kept running/ was backed), TIVACI (had his back/ ridden along 500m out and closed well – home 12.34) and WE’VE GOT THIS (back last/ to outside and ran 12.10 last 200m). Fourth was UNDER THE LOUVRE who did well given weights were dead-against him, he ran 12.10 home also. GENERALIFE finished off OK (12.34) in a race of many disappointments…
THE FORGIVE FILE:
GETEMHEL (didn’t handle straight), SEABURGE (in traffic key stage), AWAKE IN GRINZING (clear too late!), URBAN RULER (worst ground), JACKSON (wide), INSPIRED ESTELLE (forced off track), PRINCE OF BROOKLYN (worst ground), DEFCON (lame), DREAMS APLENTY (lame), THE MONSTAR (solo inside?), SANTA ANA LANE (no cover up middle/ gets another go), ASTRO CASTRO (respiratory issue?), XTRAVAGANT (mind on other things!!!), TARZINO (worst ground/ gets another go), ALPINE EAGLE (too colty also), TELOPEA (back and wide), CHAMPAGNE COCKTAIL (caught deep), EGYPT (never fully clear/ hmmmm), MAURUS (worst ground) and HANS HOLBEIN (atrial fibrillation).
In Sydney it was ROSEHILL and track went from Soft-5 to Good-4 (from race 6) with rail 2m. There was no major pattern, most avoided being hard on that inside section was all. Great racing.
Run OF The Day:
No ‘’betting’’ here given ASTERN was just outstanding blowing away his rivals in the G1 Golden Rose, that change-up speed is awesome (10.87 400m-to-200m was equal fastest of the day) then he was 11.29 home and eased-up late. His last 600m was a sizzling 33.74. He stopped the clock 1-23.91… Yep, outstanding !!
Runner-up was filly OMEI SWORD and she too was excellent, she was looking for room 350m-to-250m and had no momentum whilst the winner was in ‘’fully cry’’, she picked up and hit the line hard, she is top class!! She ran 11.25/ 11.39 home. IMPENDING was no match at all for the quinella but found the line nicely for third (home 11.58) with DIVINE PROPHET rushing home for fourth after being held-up touch straightening, he had settled just off the quinella, he ran 11.25/ 11.28. Good run. Of the others: MEDITERRANEAN hit line 11.81 and was noteworthy for easier/ further. They went 49.27 1st-800m
Theo Marks was Race 7 and MACKINTOSH sat off the good speed and joined in 4-deep out of trouble, with 53kg, he held off COUNTERATTACK who was a good thing beaten having to wait behind a wall until too late. Runner-up still ran 11.49 home (race-fastest). SOUTHERN LEGEND raced tight key stage but did have room in time, he was just no match late and TYCOON TARA was an every chance 4th and these four had only .7L covering them, they had 2L to spare on the rest, headed by SNOOPY who worked home well but they held him late (11.73). Time: 1-17.11 for 1300m.
Race 8 was the Sheraco Stks and what a win from HEAVENS ABOVE, midfield, in traffic off modest tempo and she was coming back in trip, she got clear and launched late to arrive running the day’s fastest 11.20 last 200m, she beat RAVI who was well backed off nice trial form (every chance) with MAGIC ALIBI weaving through for third. DENMAGIC was enormous here, her 10.87 400m-to-200m was equal-fastest split with Astern and then 11.21 home, she (somehow) missed a place!?!? SERENE MAJESTY sat 2nd and battled well, there was .7L over these five girls. SOLD FOR SONE was back with DENMAGIC and got left behind then rattled that last 100m (11.05/ 11.21), she was 33.79 last 600m, DENMAGIC was 33.55… Low flying!
THE FORGIVE FILE:
LOVE’S A FANTASY (wide), MALTHOUSE (no peace/ fitter), DOC HOLIDAY (attacked lead 800m out), SIR BACCHUS (tardy/ closest inside/ don’t sack!), OPEN BOOK (action ok??), ZERO TO TEN (attacked a way out), JUNOOB (back and wide), GET ON THE GRANGE (attacked lead 800m out), SONG AND LAUGHTER (non-event), YANKEE ROSE (upside/ down), THRONUM (wide on-speed), PEALRS (always wide), NANCY (worst going), DIXIE BLOSSOMS (just never got a crack at them!), SAVOURED (squeezed out 200m), BALMAIN BOY (back/wide/ ran well), ORCYM SAM (back and wide).
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- Gator
www.ozracingform.com

David ”Gator” Gately continued his amazing start to the Spring last week. His recent strike-rate of having winner mentioned (rated) in his top-rated runners section is a staggering 83%.

 

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SUMMARY OF LAST WEEK:
Racing was at MOONEE VALLEY on Saturday on GOOD-4 track with Rail in 3m position. Whilst there was no disadvantage to those up near the speed, have to conclude the track played well. Three winners led or sat up second, two swooped, two came from midfield using ‘’inside runs’’.
RUN OF THE DAY:
With a whopping 78% of the vote (get involved each Saturday – follow twitter handle @gatorgately) it was VOODOO LAD and seriously, how could you argue with that !! The win was nothing short of outstanding. He missed the kick and was back last nearing the turn checking off heels, he hooked out the widest and just rounded them up to win going away… Wow !!!
He ran 1-11.21 for the 1200m off a 35.58 1st-600m split, no shock he dominated the sectionals here home 11.70 and he was the only one to break 12-seconds home. Runner-up KEEN ARRAY came from midfield and joined in strongly, his return was good, but winner was in a different league! (home 12.11). SEBRING SUN was solid with every hope in third and have to sat fourth horse WELL SPRUNG stuck on super off a wide/ tough run here. Bit worried about FAST N ROCKING now…
To the G1 Dato Tan Chin Nam and AWESOME ROCK impressed. He did join in strongly and come away although it has to be said, it was a ‘messy’ race. They ran along early then backed off the tempo before leader THE CLEANER upped the anti from about the 700m, he stuck OK but did fade that last 100m. 1st-800m split was 48.53 and overall time was 1-37.01 so nothing sensational, in fact, the other mile race won by Mihany was won in 1-37.23, so, pretty similar time and that was off a 49.41 1st-800m so, the G2 race was run some 5L quicker early yet only .22 quicker overall. Runner-up REAL LOVE came from back (just off winner) and was a touch tight turning then hit line 12.20 (winner 12.19) with SET SQUARE (wide/ partial cover/ wider turn/ still hit line) a very good third. TOSEN STARDOM was race-fastest 12.16 home after only seeing daylight 170m from the line! THE UNITED STATES was also held-up and he ran 12.18 home, he was only clear around 180m from the post. Loved the run of JAMEKA (again) here from back and 4-wide then even wider on the bend, she ran home 12.43 despite that.
Back to R6 and the Atlantic Jewel. MERRIEST sat second on WHISPERING BROOK and they slipped away turning and ran 1-2. They went 35.83 1st-600m and ran 1-11.09 overall so slower early than open sprinters (Voodoo Lad race) yet faster overall, the race rated well. Winner was strong but did have 3.5kg on the runner-up. SWEET SHERRY was held-up as those leaders slipped away yet ran home hard when clear, her 11.50 last 200m was race-fastest, SEBRING DREAM ran home 11.79 after also being handle blocked as those leaders kicked, liked her return! Trusting this race.
R5 was the McEwen Stks at WFA and WILD RAIN led in 35.69 and kept going to well for FURNACES who sat up second so another 1-2 all the way race. They ran 58.82 for the 1000m. HEATHERLY lost it at the start then came wide before running home strongly (11.74) from SHIEDEL (stuck well off wide run) and O’MALLEY (followed Heatherly – made ground on her late – home 11.65 – race-fastest) who was 2nd-up off long spell.
Touched on the MIHANY race and winner led and was dominant off that 49.41 1st-800m. RAW IMPULSE did enough but just couldn’t quicken off that tempo, love the way OBSERVATIONAL hit the wire (home 11.66 last 200m).
Note also the new season 4YO’s once again dominated the BM78, winner VOSTOK had sweet run and just nailed MR INDIVIDUAL who was wide on-speed and enormous !! They went 54.84 early and 1-32.20 overall for 1514m. The new 3YO’s race was run much slower (59.4) and won in 1-33.09 and that was HEY DOC beating ROCKETEER with gap to third.
THE FORGIVE FILE:
CHOICE (slow recovery), BONNIE BELLE (little room), LARRIKIN (badly tightened turn), ONTOFF OFTHE WORLD (very wide), JUNIOR BURGER (no room straight), OSCAR’S MY MATE PA (little peace), HOKKAIDO (back and wide), ZAHSPEED (slow recovery), HEATHERLY (start was costly), SEBRING DREAM (unlucky/ good), OREGON’S DAY (raced tight/ doubt loved MV), GRETNA (forced wide), ZAMZAM (forced wider), WELL SPRUNG (wide/ good), ROUGH JUSTICE (clear too late), TADDEI TONDO (never clear), IGGIMACOOL (no room at all), FAST CASH (poor recovery), TOSEN STARDOM (no luck/ good), THE UNITED STATES (no luck/ good), JACQUINOT BAY (no run/ room), MAHUTA (signs of colic), MISS ROSE DE LAGO (3-wide on-speed) and TALL SHIP (internal bleed).
In Sydney racing was at RANDWICK and track went from HEAVY-9 to HEAVY-8, the rail was out 6m and track played quite well but fancy hard on that inside rail was not the A-ground. Always wary relative times on wet (and improving !) tracks.
RUN OF THE DAY:
Hard to go past HARTNELL who looked like Might And Power the way he bounded away and won eased down about 70m from the post. Easy to say he wins by 10L if let go!
What did he beat? Well, that is the obvious question but always believe what you see (and he did chase Winx fresh running similar splits to her), he ran 11.59 here 400-to-200m and 12.34 (eased up). GRAND MARSHALL was clear last and ridden along but he hit the line hard to grab second from STORM THE STARS who led and fell into 3rd from PREFERMENT and WHO SHOT THEBARMAN who both went over the line sweetly. PRIZED ICON raced too keen the 3YO. Note, there was 1.4L between second place and last here. They ran 1-39.13 for the mile.
Race 6 was Fast & Furious Stks and FOXILY unleashed a terrific finale to run down BACARELLA who had given a very nice kick, these two had a gap on third, winner was dominant sectionals wise running 12.21 her last 200m. Overall time was 1-12.58 for 1200m off 35.95 1st-600m. Third filly GLOBAL GLAMOUR ran a great race after covering ground and racing very ‘’new’’, she ran home 12.62 and her split was bettered only by the winner. SMART AMELIA came from just off the winner, she was held-up a touch then strong late but no match at all (home 12.7). I AM A STAR was not far off third and sound her first go on wet.
The Ming Dynasty was Race 3 and SWEAR sat up handy on a modest 51.01 1st-800m and won OK without raving. Safe to say HIGH MIST was a bit stiff after being checked when trying to build momentum, she ended up back on the inside rail, she was 11.88 home against winner’s 11.98 and overall time 1-26.97 had to be slow given wet and slow speed. SKYLIGHT GLOW led the winner and held on (entitled to) with gap to TAJ MAHAL fourth (had  no hope this tempo).
The Tramway was Race 8 and HAURAKI impressed coming from second-last, he had race-fastest (any runner/ any section) 11.23 split 400-to-200m then ran home 11.84 and was only one to break 12-seconds home. Early tempo was 49.89 1st-800m and they ran 1-25.93 overall for 1400m but tough lining that up against 3yo’s given their first 800m split was some 7L faster! LE ROMAIN was unsuited this weight scale and ran very well 2nd-up through nearer the inside. DIBAYANI sat 2nd and gave his all. IT’S SOMEWHAT was an every chance 4th (fresh) with HAPPY CLAPPER 5th, he was left behind when Hauraki ‘’went’’ but warmed up nicely late.
THE FORGIVE FILE:
SO WILLIE (lame), DURE (lame), HIGH MIST (stiff), TSARITSA (went wide early with 59kg), TESTASHADOW (worked hard and too wet anyway), CHIPANDA (blew start), HONESTY PREVAILS (slow recovery), I’M IMOGEN (wide),  AWOKE (not much room), PRIZED ICON (too keen), COSMIC CUBE (too wet) and JAPONISME (big weight/ wet?).
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- Gator
www.ozracingform.com

David ”Gator” Gately continued his terrific start to the Spring with value winners in both states on Saturday… Here is what G1 subscribers received last week:

 

MERRIEST: Was hard luck story of the Quezette when in traffic and forced to slower inside lanes, she was still 3rd-fastest last 400m, she went super and was backed. Leonie franked that form. Overs?

YES SHE WAS MASSIVE OVERS and paid $26 SP.

 

And what about Sydney punters, Gator had FELINES on top in the last at Randwick and there was $12 (and better) showed about her, he wrote this:

 

FELINES: Had fair task giving weight to smart males here latest (had 60kg) and was right on their heels without ton of luck. Was wide when 1.7L 5th to English and Kinglike at WFA in Match and meets Kinglike 5.5kg better. Best roughie?

YES SHE WAS…. ”The Best Roughie’ !!!

 

Add to all this his amazing recent run of having winners inside his top-rated runners section… In recent weeks he is batting at near 90% on this stat…. FREAK !!!

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