Walk Right In and show class

Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - SPORT - Ray Thomas

PAUL Perry, renowned as a trainer of ju­ve­niles, could have an­other po­ten­tial Golden Slip­per con­tender in emerg­ing young­ster Walk Right In.

It is a long way from wins at New­cas­tle and Scone but Walk Right In looks well above av­er­age and has a chance to demon­strate his tal­ents in the $250,000 Inglis Clas­sic (1200m) at Royal Rand­wick on Satur­day.

Prize­money earned out of the Inglis Clas­sic doesn’t count to­wards qual­i­fi­ca­tion for the Golden Slip­per but Satur­day’s race will give Perry a bet­ter in­di­ca­tion of how his colt mea­sures up.


SYD­NEY’S first Group 1 race of 2016, the $600,000 Chip­ping Nor­ton Stakes, has had a venue switch from its tra­di­tional home. The 1600m weight-for-age race will be run at Royal Rand­wick on Fe­bru­ary 27 due to con­struc­tion at War­wick Farm.


MY tip for the Royal Rand­wick meet­ing this week­end is to fol­low the in-form Peter and Paul Snow­den sta­ble.

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