Step-up in trip will suit Tally

The Sportsman Weekend - - Friday Races -

GODOLPHIN gal­lop­ers

TALLY and ETY­MOL­OGY teamed up for a work­out on Tuesday morn­ing and the James Cum­mings-trained duo gal­loped strongly over 1400m.

Tally fin­ished off the ses­sion in im­pres­sive style to clock 1.37.50 for the jour­ney and 24.08 his fi­nal 400m.

He has trained on nicely since his en­cour­ag­ing first-up run and is sure to ap­pre­ci­ate step­ping up in dis­tance in to­mor­row’s Heather­lie Stakes at Caulfield.

Cum­mings also paired up SOUCHEZ and BE

ZEL for Tuesday morn­ing’s gal­lop they were re­spon­si­ble for a solid piece of work over 1000m.

They re­cov­ered quickly af­ter cov­er­ing the trip in 1.06.40, quick­en­ing nicely over con­clud­ing stages to run their last 400m in 24.40.

Bezel has been given a solid ground­ing to re­sume at Caulfield while Souchez has de­rived sig­nif­i­cant im­prove­ment from his re­cent first-up run and is in great shape for sec­ond up run.

TRIBAL WIS­DOM and YES­TER­DAY’S SONGS also teamed up for a work­out on Tuesday morn­ing and the Mike Mor­ney-trained sta­ble­mates gal­loped im­pres­sively lead­ing into their re­spec­tive as­sign­ments at Caulfield.

They pro­duced one of the morn­ing’s most im­pres­sive pieces of work to run 1000m in 1.05.02 and their clos­ing 400m in a slick 23.58.

Yes­ter­day’s Songs is hold­ing his con­di­tion well whereas Tribal Wis­dom will strip fit­ter at Caulfield and also ap­pre­ci­ate step­ping up in dis­tance be­yond the 1000m of his first-up run. MONTOYA’S SE­CRET has trained on well since her re­cent first-up run and the Team Corstens-pre­pared daugh­ter of High Cha­parral stepped out over 1200m on Tuesday morn­ing.

She cruised through the early part of her work­out, in­creas­ing the tempo as she ap­proached the fin­ish­ing post to cover dis­tance in 1.25.06 and her fi­nal 400m 25.23.

Although she will de­rive fur­ther ben­e­fit from her next run or two, she will be suited by the step up in trip in to­mor­row’s Heather­lie Stakes and can be ex­pected to im­prove sig­nif­i­cantly on her first-up run.

The Neville Parn­ham- trained MAL­IBU STYLE ap­pears to have come through last week’s eye catch­ing per­for­mance to ef­fort­lessly win a jumpout in great shape and looked bright and fit cruis­ing over 1000m in even time on Tuesday.

He was rac­ing in ter­rific form dur­ing his most re­cent prepa­ra­tion and gives ev­ery in­di­ca­tion he is ready to give a great sight when he re­sumes at Caulfield.

Tally will ap­pre­ci­ate the step up in dis­tance at Caulfield to­mor­row

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