Waller ’s Rolling look­ing to top­ple sta­ble­mate

The Sportsman Weekend - - The Trackwork winners - JOHN MOC

UP‘ N’ ROLLING looked a bit st i ff to be beaten by A lward last time­out and gets his chance ex­tract re­venge in race 2 at Rose hill to­mor­row.

After be­ing held up by Alward, the race was all over by time Up‘N’ Ro ling saw day­light and went to the line full of run­ning, beaten¾ length by the win­ner.

Up‘ N’ Rolling meets his Chris W al le r-trained sta­ble­mate A lward on much bet­ter terms to­mor­row and looks the win­ner weights alone apart from hav­ing im­proved af te rh ree runs.

H is pro­duced a win­ning gal­lop on Tues­day morn­ing com­plet­ing 1000 min 1.10 with a fi­nal 6 in 38.60 and the last 200 min 12.27 on the course proper with them ark­er­sout14m.

It’ s Wall era gain in the open­ing race with lightly raced tree-year-old SPARKY LAD.

The son of Smart Mis­sile won quite well a this only third start at War­wick Farm when he beat Cho­sen Ass assin by 1.3 length son Septem­ber 20.

Bren­ton Avdu l la stays aboard for a 14 0 0m Bench-

mark 78 Hand­i­cap on the week­end.

Sparky Lad worked the course proper on Tues­day morn­ing over 1000 min 1.10.70 with a fi­nal 6 40.90 and last 20 in 13.19

ithout pres­sure which was okay work from an im­prov­ing horse.

AL­BUM IN hit the line quite well in the Listed Her­itage Stakes(1100m) com­ing from last on tu r to be beaten by 1.6 lengths byViridi neat Rand­wick Septem­ber 16.

The Fox wedge three-yearold will ap­pre­ci­ate the ex­tra dis­tance in the Group2Ro­man Con­sul(1200m) for Ger­ald Ryan and Jason Coll et tin set weights should run well at each-way value.

He worked very well on the course proper on Tues­day morn­ing when timed over 600 min 37.64 with a fi­nal 2 in 11.9 8 and he was the only horse to break 12 sec­onds in 14 gallops on the morn­ing.

FIRST HAND is com­ing to hand quite well and don’t be sur­prised of a for­ward show­ing when he re­sume sin the fi­nal event at Rand wick to­mor­row.

A win­ner off our of his only eight starts, the five-year-old has no traced since win­ning at Rose hill over 1200 mon June 3.

He’s had two barrier tri­als lead­ing into the race, he lat­est on Tues­day when a third to Chet­wood over 9 0 0m. He was beaten just un­der 1.5 lengths is sure to have im­proved his fit­ness and be in good or­der for the week­end.

Team Hawk es have en­gaged Sam Clip pert onto ride the son of Star Wit­ness which is very in­ter­est­ing and he will run well.

Up ’N’ Rolling is ca­pa­ble of go­ing one bet­ter at Rand­wick to­mor­row.

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