Fabrizio’s never looked bet­ter ahead of pos­si­ble Mel­bourne trip

The Sportsman Midweek - - Camera Charts -

FABRIZIO is a good tri­aller but his win at last Tues­day’s Rand­wick heats was the equal, if not bet­ter, of any­thing he’s pro­duced any morn­ing, any­where, any­time.

None of his seven ri­vals share his class and C.V. but Fabrizio won like he should have — eas­ily.

One would as­sume that Fabrizio is headed down to Mel­bourne for some­thing at the back end of the car­ni­val and/ or with Villiers as his main sum­mer mis­sion.

There were some im­pres­sive per­form­ers among the two-year- old’s who went around not least Khan look-a-like COSIMO who came from last of the five to win in a head-bob­ber but with so much like about him; de­sire mostly.

Cosimo was bought by James Har­ron for $260,000 at the Inglis Clas­sic Sale so one would sus­pect that he’ll be aimed at the $ 500,000 Inglis Nurs­ery (1000m) Rand­wick on De­cem­ber 16.

Cosimo is a son of Writ­ten Ty­coon (sire of Har­ron’s Golden Slip­per win­ner Cap­i­tal­ist) and grand­son of Blue Di­a­mond Prev/Pre­lude win­ner and Stakes run­ner-up Hal­ibery.

An­other tremen­dously im­pres­sive twoyearold out of these heats was ROYAL WIT­NESS, trained by John Sar­gent, and bought for the bar­gain price of $ 60,000 at the MM Na­tional Sale.

Pretty cheap when you con­sider he’s by Star Wit­ness and the third Dam is Snip­pet’s Lass; dam of Snitzel.

Royal won 735m heat by 6-lens.

Two other two-year- old’s to men­tion be­fore mov­ing on; REELEM IN RUBY (Pierro) and ATOMIC SUN­RISE (Smart Mis­sile) — both Triple Crown/Snow­den Rac­ing pro­duc­tions.

It was a good morn­ing’s work for Ron Quin­ton who would have been de­lighted with the re­spec­tive tri­als of BARNABAS (first), DUCHESS PEDRILLE (first) and AL­LEGHENY (a nose sec­ond).

We have been talk­ing up Barnabas in re­cent weeks; this five-year- old son of Zariz (one start only) is ready to win when next pro­duced.

Ditto the Peter Robl trained MU­SIC AD­DI­TION who won his de­but at Gos­ford at $ 61 then ran two very cred­itable races in town af­ter that.

The three-year- old is by Your Song whom Robl steered to his fa­mous 5-lens win in the BTC Cup in 2013.

Godol­phin were huge play­ers at these heats with not a bad tri­aller among them.

We sin­gled out the fol­low­ing (in no spe­cial or­der); TORPENHOW, CLIVEDEN, RAD­CLIFFE, IN­TU­ITION, FLOW, STONE and a cou­ple of three-year- old fil­lies by Lonhro that need spe­cial at­ten­tion — UN­WISE SAN­ITY.

We know the John Thomp­son trained KISS­ING GAME goes pretty well so a big thumbs up to San­ity for be­ing able to beat her and at her very first pub­lic trial.

San­ity is out of Group 3 win­ner Firm whose four winning foals in­clude Group 3 win­ner Trim (also by Lonhro), dam of Man­i­cure who goes well.

Our oth­ers from these heats are PIERATA, AQUA D’IVINA, QUEEN MISTY and SEDAZNER.

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