Price trio fire ahead of Valley
MICK Price took three horses to Moonee Valley on Tuesday morning in preparation for their respective assignments back at the Valley tomorrow with RUN GYPSY
RUN, KATSURO and LE BONSIR combined to produce an impressive piece of work over 1000m.
Le Bonsir sat behind his workmates prior to entering the home straight and when asked for an effort he quickened nicely to finish about a length clear of his workmates, covering the trip in 1.08.23 and
final 400m 24.35. Run Gypsy Run appears to have trained on well since her first up win, Katsuro is close to peak fitness and due for a change of luck Le Bonsir boats an enviable record around the Valley circuit.
HURSLEY is deep into his preparation but the Chris Waller-trained galloper is holding his condition well and he was kept up to the mark with a steady workout at Moonee Valley on Tuesday morning.
He looked strong and fit after completing 1000m in 1.09.52, his closing 400m in 26.07 and is sure to run his usual honest race at Moonee Valley.
SHOREHAM has returned to the Saab Hasan stable and he
in an encour- aging performance at Flemington over 1800m at his first run back under Hasan’s guidance.
He was the first horse on the Valley track on Tuesday morning and had plenty up his sleeve clocking 1.38.44 for his 1400m gallop and 26.08 for his last 400m.
He has raced well at the Valley previously and is sure to appreciate step up 2040m this weekend.
The Danny O’Brientrained SACRED SHAM has returned from Adelaide in great order and was another horse to venture to Moonee valley on Tuesday morning in preparation for tomorrow.
He wasn’t extended while cruising over 800m in 55.62, increasing the tempo marginally to comfortably run his final 400m in 25.49.
The lightly raced son of O’Reilly was responsible for a brave effort after covering ground from an awkward draw in Adelaide and appears to be showing no ill effects from that run.
Nigel Blackiston paired up INDRABEEL and DISTANT SKY for a workout at Flemington on Tuesday morning and Indrabeel finished off her workout over 800m in eye catching style to run 800m in 52.95 and her final 24.86.
The two-year-old daughter of Savabeel had been working impressively leading into her recent first up run at Seymour and there has been some strong for references around her two runs to date.
She heads Moonee Valley tomorrow to contest the first race and is capable of running well at decent each-way odds.
Trainer Saab Hasan with Shoreham