Waller filly has a taste for win­ning

The Sportsman Weekend - - The Trackwork Winners -

PREMIER trainer Chris Waller has given EGG TART a great foun­da­tion to win to­mor­row’s Group 1 Queens­land Oaks (2200m) at Doomben.

The Se­bring filly goes into the race win­ning her past four starts, the lat­est in the SAJC Sch­weppes Oaks over 2000m on May 6.

Her lat­est gal­lop on the course proper was on May 23 with sta­ble­mate Richard Of Yorke, run­ning 1400m in 1:41.60, last 600m in 39.40 and fi­nal 200m in 12.47 with the mark­ers out 14m.

That was great stay­ing work as they started from the 2000m chute and came off track in fan­tas­tic or­der.

He un­placed ef­fort in a 1050m bar­rier trial at Rosehill last Fri­day was ter­rific as she fin­ished off like a Group 1 filly and went to Bris­bane in top class shape and ready to win on the week­end.

DE­PLOY is an­other Rosehill horse head­ing to Doomben to­mor­row and the Ger­ald Ryan trained 4yo has a very good hope of win­ning the Group 2 More­ton Cup (1200m).

He has im­proved since his tidy first-up sec­ond to Qu­a­tronic in the Orten­sia Stakes at Scone on May 13.

The son of Fast­net Rock ran the best the morn­ing gal­lop on Tues­day pair­ing up with Girl Sun­day over 800m in 52.43 and last 400m in 24.80 on a ‘dead’ in­side grass with the mark­ers out 14m.

The Waller pre­pared former Kiwi NEW UNI­VERSE can make it a win­ning hat-trick at Rosehill to­mor­row in the 1200m Bench­mark 79.

This im­pres­sive son of Darci Bra­hama looked a treat be­fore work­ing on the in­side grass on a dead sur­face on Tues­day with the mark­ers out 14m.

He gal­loped over 1000m in 1:10.70, last 600m in 40 and last 200m in 13 when well held.

DAGNY, an­other mem­ber of the Waller jug­ger­naut, can con­tinue to progress through the grades in stylish fashion with an­other win in Race 3 over 1500m at Rosehill to­mor­row.

He fin­ished the race off re­ally well to win last start tak­ing his tally four wins from five starts since com­ing Vic­to­ria.

To­mor­row’s small field should suit and the step from 1400m to 1500m is also in his favour.

He worked over 800m on Tues­day on a dead in­side grass track, record­ing 56.10 with the mark­ers out 14m. Dual ac­cep­tor GIRL SUN

DAY is ready to fire af­ter two un­placed runs back from a 17 week spell.

Fail­ing on the Gold Coast first-up, Girl Sun­day led from a wide bar­rier over 1200m when 4th to the fly­ing Bonny O’Reilly beaten un­der a length at Rosehill on May 20.

The Ryan trained mare will be just about win­ning Race 6 at Rosehill to­mor­row if her work­out on Tues­day with De­ploy is a true guide.

See times above De­ploy. She is also third emer­gency in race 8.

Girl Sun­day

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