Hat-trick on the cards for Wayanka

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LIGHTLY raced three-year-old

WAYANKA can bring up a win­ning hat-trick to­mor­row in Race 9 over 1400m at Rand­wick.

The Encosta De Lago geld­ing has been im­pres­sive in win­ning his last two starts at Can­ter­bury over 1200m and 1250m and has pro­gressed again for the Waller sta­ble to han­dle step up in class.

She has been hit­ting the line hard for nar­row wins and will rel­ish the ex­tra dis­tances of to­mor­row’s as­sign­ment.

His work on the course proper (mark­ers out 14m) with Group 2 win­ner Mack­in­tosh was strong over 1000m in 1:12.30, the last 600m in 40 and fi­nal 200m in 12.5 with­out pres­sure. The Waller sta­ble­mates SAM

BRO and MADAME MOUS­TACHE are both live chances in the open­ing race at Rand­wick to­mor­row.

Sam­bro, a Fast­net Rock young­ster, has al­ways dis­played abil­ity in track­work and is now start­ing to ful­fil his prom­ise on the track.

Hav­ing fourth start, he raced out­side the lead to break his maiden at War­wick Farm and the most pleas­ing part was he was draw­ing away from the op­po­si­tion.

Madame Mous­tache caught the eye first-up over 1100m when miss­ing start and com­ing from last on turn for a clos­ing 2.4 lens sixth to Viri­dine.

She is an im­prov­ing filly and gives every in­di­ca­tion to­mor­row’s 1400m will suit.

She pro­duced a best of the morn­ing gal­lop on Tues­day run­ning 800m in 53.20 with fi­nal 200m in 12.08. It was a strong work­out all around and looked well com­ing off the track. IN TIMES OF WAR de­serves a change of luck in Race 6 to­mor­row af­ter fin­ish­ing three photo sec­onds since re­sum­ing from a 26 week spell.

Last start, the Gerry Har­vey owned Street Cry three-year-old filly ran sec­ond to Bonny O’Reilly and that horse franked the form by win­ning again last Satur­day.

One of a mam­moth 21 horses en­gaged at the meet­ing un­der the Waller um­brella, In Times

Of War’s track­work is al­ways top class­when re­quired and she con­tin­ues to look great.

RELIGIFY won very well first-up at the Gold Coast in Listed Prime Min­is­ter’s Cup (1400m) and is a big chance of re­peat­ing in the Lord Mayor’s Cup at Eagle Farm to­mor­row with Hugh Bow­man stick­ing.

The Choisir six-year-old was brought back to Rose­hill by Waller and con­tin­ues do well at home record­ing the best of the morn­ing gal­lop on Tues­day.

Gal­lop­ing the course proper ( mark­ers out 14m) he cov­ered 1000m in 1:07.50, last 600m 37.70 and fi­nal 200m 12.20.

It was win­ning work from a tough cam­paigner.

In Times Of War

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