A Harty ef­fort

The Sportsman Weekend - - The Trackwork Winners - WAR­REN H U NTLY

HART NELL has con­tin­ued to thrive since his dom­i­nant first-up vic­tory in the Lawrence Stakes and James Cum­mings took op­por­tu­nity of gal­lop­ing him on the course proper on Tues­day mo ring lead­ing into to­mor­row’s Group 1 Makybe Diva Stakes at F lem ton.

He trav­elled strongly out wide up the home straight to cover 1200 min 1.19.12 and his fi­nal 4 in as lick 22.92. Pre-post mar­kets havei ma short priced favourite for to­mor­row’ s event and he should jus­tify that quote based on his re­cent work.

New Zealand-based train­ing part­ners Mur­ray Baker and An­drew Fors­man have a strong team as­sem­bled at Flem­ing ton for the Spring Racing Car n ival and JON

SNOW has come through his first-up run in th eM em­sie Stakes in­ter ific or­der.

He was given a solid work­out over 1400 mon Tues­day morn­ing clock­ing 1.34.79 for the trip and 24.5 for his last 4 0 0m.

T four-year-old son of I ff ra aji son tar­get for the stay­ing features later in the car­ni­val but still has enough spring in his step tou we lin Satur­day’ s Makybe Diva Stakes.

SAVILE ROW has set t led in well to Mike Moroney’s Flem­ing ton base since ar­riv­ing from New Zealand and is in great shape to kick off his spring cam­paign at Flem­ing ton to­mor­row. Fol low i ng two eye - catch

per for mances in re­cent jump out he pulled up well af­ter run­ning 1000 min 1.08.24 and his clos­ing 4 in 4.65 on Tues­day morn­ing.

He has been com­pet­i­tive at Group 1 level in New Zea- land and is sure to be fin­ish­ing on strongly in the Bob­bie L ew over 12 0 0m. Moroney pa i red up

MET SON and TRIBAL WIS­DOM for a hi tou­ton Tues­day morn­ing and they com­bined to pro­duce one of the n ing’s most im­pres­sive pieces of work.

T hey kept close com­pany at the busi­ness end of the gal­lop to clock 1.07.05 for 1000 mand 23.02 for heir last 4 m.

Met son was most im­pres­sive win­ning on de but at Cran­bourne re­cently and is in great or­der to tackle tougher op­po­si­tion over 1400 mat Flem­ing ton.

COOL CHAP was re - sp on si blefo ran en­cour­ag­ing per mance over 1400m a this first out­ing for the Hayes and Dabernig part­ner­ship he has trained on well since that run.

Last Tues­day quick­ened nicely over the con­clud­ing stages of his work­out to cover 1400 min 1.37.81 and his fi­nal 4 in 23.92.

He sure to cont nue to im­prove as he progress es fur­ther into his prepa­ra­tion but he has run well sec­ondup in the past and the step

to 1700 mat Flem­ing ton to­mor­row look san ideal pro­gres­sion.

The Baker and Fors­man-trained Jon Snow will im­press in to­mor­row’s Makybe Diva Stakes.

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