The Sportsman Weekend - - The Trackwork Times -


PIAL re­sumes from a spell to­mor­row and has pleased the sta­ble in his tri­als and gal­lops at home.

His trial was a good guide on how he is go­ing when he went stride for stride with Spi­eth fin­ish­ing a close sec­ond and not be­ing fully tested.

On Tues­day morn­ing on the Course Proper trainer James Cum­mings worked him with a mate over 800m in 50.25 last 400m in 23.11.

It was a solid gal­lop and he looks well placed in race three at Rose­hill.

Sta­ble­mate AN­I­MALIA won as he liked over 1600m at his last start and even though it was a maiden event it was hard not to be taken by his per­for­mance.

The An­i­mal King­dom three-year-old has had a freshen up since that run and was given a nice bar­rier trial last week just to keep him tick­ing over.

Tues­day morn­ing on the Course Proper he gal­loped with a mate over 1000m in 1.08.87 fi­nal 400m in 24.25 last 200m in 11.5 with some­thing in hand.

He runs the Ming Dy­nasty Qual­ity and al­though he may be look­ing for a bit longer he’s ready to run a bold race.

CHATUCHAK from the same sta­ble is only lightly raced and looks to have im­proved since win­ning at Kem­bla Grange re­cently.

She gal­loped with Speed­way over 1200m in 1.25.94 fi­nal 400m in 24.26 last 200m in 11.46.

She’s in good form and will go close race two to­mor­row.

IM­PROVE­MENT from the Gary Portelli sta­ble did a good job last time in win­ning four of her eight starts and looks to have re­turned in good order.

Tues­day on the Course Proper over 800m with a part­ner she recorded 51.25 fi­nal 400m in 23.04 last 200m in 11.07. She will run well in race three to­mor­row. Trainer Bjorn Baker has his tal­ented mare

BONNY O’REILLY re­sum­ing in the last race to­mor­row and she has done well since run­ning in Queens­land.

Her two tri­als have been good and Tues­day on the Course Proper she worked solo over 1000m in 1.09.88 fi­nal 400m in 24.95 last 200m in 11.98. She has drawn well and will prove hard to beat.

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