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Racing was at CAULFIELD on Saturday with rail out 9m on GOOD-4 to GOOD-3 track. The first seven winners were all in the first four spots with 600m to travel, in the other two races, Duke Of Brunswick settled fifth and Thermal Current seventh but he made his run through nearer the inside rail, that inside section looked to have a clear advantage.
Run Of The Day:
Hoping with 2YO FORMALITY who showed blistering gate speed to lead, then was shaded and annoyed by one over-racing up outside her (no bonus! they often are beaten in this scenario) yet she absorbed that pressure, kicked through and won very well. She went through the line strongly too, her 11.15 last 200m split was bettered only by quality older Sprinter Thermal Current on the day.
The race was run 24.41 1st-400m and 35.87 1st-600m so they didn’t go hard. The overall time was 58.1 (average for 2YO’s this class is 57.74). Lining this race up from last year: Extreme Choice worked up on a stronger speed (24-flat 1st-400m) and raced away stopping the clock in 57.09 so, some 6L faster. Of course, he went on to win the Blue Diamond beating Flying Artie and they spaced the rest in fast time.
Summary, it seems FORMALITY is NOT Extreme Choice, nor is she Flying Artie but this year, doubt she needs to be!! There does not appear to be a standout one, two 2YO’s we saw last year and, well, that was backed-up when those standout 2yo’s ran 1-2 in Diamond with….. huge gap to third!
Of the others: TIME AWAITS had every chance off speed inside but battled well into second, looks a more likely 3yo to my eye. SPOILS was the one up outside the winner over-racing and she did herself no favours, she needs cover! FENG CHU hit the line 11.19 which was bettered only by the winner. Liked the run of BALLE D’OR who was restrained and way back then found trouble, the 600-400-200m splits were race-fastest, her 22.12 last 400m was race-fastest, she had enough late but was entitled to tire. She ran well.
The other 2YO race was Inglis Premier (Race 4) and JUKEBOX was very professional, he had rails trail, got the inside run and won well. He ran 1-10.43 off an even 35.33 1st-600m, the average for the class is 1-10.70. COPPERGATE was slow out, back inside and a bit new yet found line nicely, his 23.20 last 400m was race-fastest. PERAST was the one they backed, he drove through to lead but hung badly first time this track and battled very well given that. CAPTIVATOR was no match for Jukebox again but did find the line (23.53) and acts like needs 1400m.
Race 7 was Manfred Stks and sole filly LEGLESS VEUVE went forward, sat up second on a crawling 37.17 1st-600m, that is barrier trial speed, she took over from leader INTO ORBIT (who ran second) and kept going to well, she ran 1-10.82 so near 5L slower than the average however, they had no hope of running slick overall time off that tempo! HEY DOC sat off them, keen early, he kept finding the line in pleasing return (11.23 last 200m/ race-fastest) then DERRYN who travelled up well behind them but those leaders would not stop! MORTON’S FORK made a good return given the tempo (22.16 last 400m was race-fastest/ 11.24 last 200m) as did WAZZENME (11.24 home) but it was simply a ‘’Grand Prix’’ race… Nothing really changed it’s position.
Race 8 was Adams Stks and THERMAL CURRENT was, as mentioned, the only run-on winner all-day, admittedly he did save ground, he did record 11.12 last 200m (21.97 last 400m) in day’s fastest closing splits. SHAKESPEAREAN LASS led inside in 23.92/ 35.14 1st-400m/600m and was only grabbed late. SUNDAY ESCAPE ran another sound race. READY SUNSHINE ran home in 11.20 after being beaten for speed, it was a very good run out of his class! I’m tired of BEAU RADA but maybe ridden a bit warm? Time: 57.54 (ave 57.34)
DUKE OF BRUNSWICK was ‘’off the map’’ to win the last and ridden touch colder he ran over in-form SMART DART and was well away from that inside lane. All honours him. He ran 1-23.55 (ave 1-23.66) off even 49.1 1st-800m. Good return from underrated ADIRONDACK who kept finding th eline. CHARLIE BOY (3rd-fastest home) was sound. Lovely return from TRY FOUR who was hard at it 500m out then zoomed late (11.27 last 200m was race-fastest – he ran 33.6 last 600m), great return. ZEBRINZ ran home 33.49 and 11.29 and might be ready 3rd-up but needs things to pan out well for him.
ZASORCERESS (sore), HURSLEY (no luck key stage), SIR PROSPECTOR (wide), SKULDUGGERY (lame), EVIL CRY (sore), WANTED HARMONY (blew start), BEAVERBROOK (wide/ poor recovery), MISS GIDGET (way back and wide), CHAT TO MAGGIE (found traffic), KENTUCKY FLYER (wide/ needs wetter), COOL SNITZEL (lame), INVINCIBLE HEART (lost spot/ hit line race-fastest/ ran well), MANOLO BLAHNIQ (forced wide off slow speed), INSIDE AGENT (keen/ tempo against), TRENCHANT (no hope this tempo), LADY ESPRIT (no luck !!), FAATINAH (shot in action), GRANE (blew start), SHOW A STAR (shuffled back out of race), GREAT ESTEEM (lame).
In Sydney it was RANDWICK on GOOD track with rail out 6m. Pattern favoured those away from the inside lanes especially as the day wore on.
Run Of The Day:
MAN FROM UNCLE sat midfield, wide no cover yet kept coming and arrived right near the wire in terrific return win!
He ran 1-11.20 off 35.66 1st-600m and was only one to break 12-secs last 200m despite the wide run. GUARD OF HONOUR sat second, took over and looked home when gave neat kick, he was collared late, he was giving winner 2kg. GENERALISSIMO was an every chance third and sound. SPENDING TO WIN led but was just no match (just .8L off winner) and COMIN’ THROUGH drifted back/ came widest and ran 11.58/ 11.29 600-to-400-to-200m (both race-fastest) then 12.10 late, he has been a sectional star throughout his short career to date and looks a G1 horse in the making no worries.
Breeders Classic was Race 7 and IN HER TIME joined in a way out yet was too strong for EGYPTIAN SYMBOL (good run through/ solid) with FLIPPANT (on-speed) close-up 3rd. They ran 1-10.75 which was .55 faster than those handy 3yo’s despite a very similar early split, these girls went 35.62 1st-600m. DANISH TWIST was bit too far back but she motored late, she ran 11.07 400-to-200m then 11.91 home. Loved the return of CIRCULAR too from way back, gee she found the wire! Her 11.71 last 200m was amongst day’s fastest. TSARIST ran 11.80 nearer inside/ nice return her also.
2YO race was won by VERANILLO who sat up handy on 29.17 1st-500m, grabbed the leader then was strongest late, that leader was EDEN ROCK who held clear third. Between them was EXCEEDS who closed strongly off an awkward start, they didn’t smash the clock, 1-5.38 here for 1100m but it was not a fast day.
DEPLOY won the last and he impressed, he had to do it up in the weights today and, was out to 1400m. He was left in front a way out when leader fainted too. They went 48.98 1st-800m and winner remains unbeaten as a gelding, he ran 1-24.74. GOT UNDERS and TOWER OF SONG were off the winner and kept closing, both every chance. Liked the run of VELADERO who covered ground early (yes, fence off later in day but still, covered much more territory than trifecta) and ROARING TO WIN ran home 12.11 which was race-fastest in race dominated closer to the speed.
TESTASHADOW (poor recovery), HIS MAJESTY (found trouble), RUNSATI (wide), ALL SUMMER LONG (worst ground), ESTEBAN (worst ground).
- Gator

Yep, ”our man” David ‘Gator’ Gately was on fire again at Caulfield/ Randwick on Saturday with his BET OF THE DAY in BOTH states winning easily… Early shoppers were rewarded with nice price(s) too!

*** DUKE OF BRUNSWICK (Caulfield) ***

*** DAL CIELO (Randwick) ***


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