Me­nari is poised to pluck the Golden Rose

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GUN three-year-old colt

ME­NARI has won both his starts is prepa­ra­tion with plenty of au­thor­ity and he should com­plete that­trick in to­mor­row’ s Group 1 $1 m Golden Rose(1400m) on his home track.

In is lat­est win the Ger­ald Ryan ran ed son of Snitz el eas­ily beat Pariah in race record time (1.08.59) for 12 0 0m) in the Run To T he Rose a for night ago and if any thing he has im­proved since then.

His lat­est gal­lop on Mon­day morn­ing was an ex­cel­lent piece of work with sta­ble mate Trapeze Artist on the inside grass( rails ).

Its worth notn gT rapezeAr­tri st as also taken plenty of ben­e­fit from his twouns back spell and will ea ter­rific secon d-strnger­forRy an in the Golden Rose.

They cov­ered 1000 mi 1:07, last 600 min 36.43 and fi­nal 211.19 with­out be­ing put un­der any pres­sure in their work­out.

UP ‘N’ ROLLING has also won his twos tats quite well since re­sum­ing and is

typ­i­calChrWaller progr es si vest ay­er­whowil pay to fol low.

He won in class record time over 2000 ml a st start at Rand wick and looks well placed to re­peat t he dose over the same dis­tance at Rose hill to­mor­row in race 4 (Bench­mark 82) with ace

jockey Kerr in­McEvoy stay­ing aboard.

He worked pace­work on the inside grass on Satur­day and it was hard to fault his ap­pear­ance is reat. WASH­ING­TON HEIG

HTS faces his hard­est test to date in to­mor­row’s Group 2 Shan­non Stakes over 1500m for trainer Ryan.

It’ s hard to fault hi sc re­den ti als with a last start win over1400mb eat­ing Dawn Wall who will again op­pose him to­mor­row.

He worked on the Pro Ride on Satur­day morn­ing over 1000 min 1:09.13, last 600 min 38.08 and last200m in 11.50.

It was the best of the morn­ing gal­lop from Com­mands si x-year- old and he will be great each-way value on the week­end.

EURO AN­GEL had ac­cep ted for two race sat Rose hill to­mor­row be­fore the Hawk es team se­lected Shan­non Stakes for five-year-old ch­est­nut ma re.

Her two runs back from a spell have been full of merit with­out win­ning and she is sure to make her pres­ence felt again on the week­end.

The daugh­ter of Rip Van Wink le hit the line well af­ter be­ing last at the400m when third to De­ploy in track record time last start.

T hey ran 1:14.92 for 13 0 0m and came home thei last 600 min 33.57.

While I haven’ t timed Euro An­gel have seen her on a cou­ple of oc­ca­sions where her coat has come on and she is ready to win.

Up ’N’ Rolling is on track to score a hat-trick at Rose­hill.

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