She’s In­vin­ci­ble

Im­proved Gem looks to­wards Spring riches

The Sportsman Midweek - - News -

IN­VIN­CI­BLE GEM was one of the most im­proved fil­lies in NSW this sea­son and she is back in light train­ing with a pro­gram of Spring riches await­ing.

The daugh­ter of I Am In­vin­ci­ble grad­u­ated from back to back War­wick Farm (67) and Rose­hill (76) Bench­mark wins scor­ing in the Group 3 Spring Stakes at Rand­wick (1600m) be­fore be­ing nar­rowly beaten on a bog in the Group 1

Guineas (1600m). Horses that fin­ished be­hind the three year old last cam­paign in­clude Test The World, Sal­sonic, Man From Un­cle and Comin’ Through so you can see the strength in her form.

On Satur­day morn­ing she com­pleted 800m on the pro ride in a com­fort­able 56.50 (last 600m 41.20) and will prob­a­bly trial early July.

LAUNCH CODE, an im­pres­sive and ex­pected win­ner ($1.80) at War­wick Farm late last month, has set­tled into his new home New­cas­tle.

On Satur­day morn­ing he was joined by for­mer NZ gal­loper SOUND PROPOSTION on the course proper (20 me­tres/Soft 6) for a 1000m hitout with pair record­ing 1.09.90 (39.50).

As the time sug­gests the had plenty to of­fer and they will of­fer us some dol­lars when pro­duced in the com­ing weeks.

HE’S OUR TOY BOY hasn’t fired a shot in two runs from a spell but with the prospect of soft tracks he’ll soon im­prove.

He looked part when strolling over 800m in 53.80 (37.90).

UN­BRI­DLED POWER and TUSCADERO joined forces over 1000m in 1.08.30 (38.40) with both un­der a firm grip.

The for­mer is ready to fire af­ter ap­pear­ing a tad soft re­cently while Tuscadero (ex Waller) has been placed nu­mer­ous times in mid­dle dis­tance Maidens.

PLAISIR has trained on well since his first up New­cas­tle win and the good look­ing son of Choisir was un­ex­tended when clock­ing 800m in 54.05 (38.50).

NA­TION­AL­ITY and ROAD TO HEAVEN have gained ben­e­fit from their re­cent trial and the duo were in the zone over 600m in a hard held 37.95.

CHALMERS ran a crack­ing fourth on de­but at Muswell­brook over an un­suit­able 1000m and he was joined by LET’S GET NAUTI GAL when they clocked 54.75 (38.80) for the 800m.

Both should be win­ning sooner than later. SURFIN’ SA­FARI found the 1580m too far last start but a few weeks freshen has the baldy faced ch­est­nut look­ing so sharp.

He glided over 600m in 37.50 with ease.

Worth an each way ticket over 1200/1300m es­pe­cially if track rain af­fected.

OLYMPIC ACADEMY earns a cheque or two ev­ery prepa­ra­tion and his win­ter cam­paign will be no dif­fer­ent.

The six-year-old is one happy horse and, gee, he hit the line with zest at the end of 1000m in 1.07.50 (37.60).

In­vin­ci­ble Gem is work­ing well ahead of her re­turn to the track

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