Baker 3YO set to repeat first-up performance
CADOGAN hit the line strongly when a first-up winner at the Scone carnival and has trained on well since.
On Tuesday he had a nice gallop with a mate on the A Grass over 1000m in 1.04.84 final 400m in 23.56 last 200m in 11.49 running through the line.
Trainer Bjorn Baker has always had a good opinion of him and if he can repeat his first-up effort will be hard to beat in race two at Randwick.
From the same stable is the promising galloper CHAMPAGNE CUDDLES who is resuming tomorrow at Randwick and she looked in good condition walking around the tower before going out to work Tuesday.
The Not A Single Doubt two-year-old filly went on the Grass over 800m running 55.84 final 400m in 25.97 last 200m in 12.92 under a tight reign.
She was impressive winning at her only start last October and she has been given a good grounding for her return in race one tomorrow.
One of her dangers tomorrow is the Gary Portelli-trained LIPIZZAN whose been consistent in all of her runs culminating in a win at her last start.
Tuesday on the A Grass she cruised over 800m in 53.98 final 400m in 26.25 last 200m in 12.98.
She is at her peak now and with only a light weight may take some running down.
ANISHA was ridden upside down at her last start when she sat four deep on the speed and her run should be totally overlooked.
Trainer Mark Newnham has taken her along quietly since that run and Tuesday she worked over 1200m in 1.26.13 final 400m in 26.61 last 200m in 12.67.
She seems to enjoy racing at Randwick and with Josh Parr retain the ride has a strong chance in race six tomorrow.
CONARCHIE from the Clarry Conners yard has had two runs back a spell and both have been full of merit.
He has had a freshen up since his last start and had an easy barrier trial at Rosehill a fortnight back.
On Tuesday he worked on the Course Proper over 1000m in 1.09.64 last 400m in 24.15 final 200m in 11.96.
He runs race nine tomorrow and his chances will improve even more with the prospect of a soft surface.
The Darren Bead man trained POLEMIC broke his maiden last start at Gosford and might now start to live up to the promise he has always shown.
On Tuesday he galloped strongly on the A Grass over 1200m in 1.22.64 final 400m in 23.46 last 200m in 11.41.
He runs at Hawkesbury on Sunday and will go close to winning again.
Champagne Cuddles is primed to return to racing at Randwick