Trapeze on track to re­peat Rose vic­tory

The Sportsman Weekend - - The Trackwork Winners - JOHN MOC

TRAPEZE ARTIST has h is first crack at the Flem­ing­ton straight six to­mor­row in the Group 1 Cool­more Stud Stakes for trainer Ger­ald Ryan and T ye A ng­land.

T he son of Sn itzel has no traced since rac­ing wide and run­ning away with the Group 1 G olden Rose at Rose hill and a re­peat of that ef­fort would give him a real live chance to­mor­row in ha rd race.

He suf­fered as light set­back after the Rose but has missed any work and G era ld has given him ev­ery chance the re­verse way when he ran best of the morn­ing on the in­side grass ,4 m out, with sta­ble mate Boy­ish last Satur­day.

He ran 3 5.4 2 for 6 0 0m and h is last 0 0m was done in 11. 5 0.

The Chris waller- trained sta­ble­mates SPARKY LAD and UN FOR­GOT­TEN hold the key to race two at Rose - hill to­mor­row in a1300m Bench­mark 75 Hand­i­cap with both horses go­ing great.

Sparky Lad was scratched last Satur­day with no is­sues as he worked over 800 mon tin side grass in 54.2 Satur­day mo ring.

The im­prov­ing Smart Mis­sile three-year-old backed that upon Tues­day with the best of the morn­ing gal­lop.

Work­ing strongly on the course proper ,15 m out, he cov­ered 800 min 53.70 with a fi­nal 212.50.

Un­for­got­ten looked good win­ning first-up at Can­ter­bury on Oc­to­ber 18 when the Fast­net Rock l ly had 2 . 3 lengths Poetic Charmer.

She has gone ahead from that win and on Tues­day she worked with sta­ble mate P alma teer the in­side grass ,12 m out, over800m in 53.30 with a fi­nal 2 min 11.8 9.

TAC­TI­CAL FOR­MA­TION has taken no harm from his dis­ap­point­ing ef­fort on de but at Rand wick

Oc­to­ber 31 and should be given an­other chance to­mor­row in race one for two year-olds over 1100 mon his home t rack.

Ryan had the Moss­man colt in great or­der on Tues­day when work­ing with sta­ble mate Avi­a­tor over600m, 12 m out, on the in­side grass in 35.52 with a fi­nal 40 min 2 3.19.

It was top gal­lop.

PICK ME UP nearly landed a plunge last start and ex­pect the Tim Mar­in­trained gal­loper to put in an­other big per for mance at Rosehll to­mor­row.

He just failed to catch Grand Con­dor when first-up at Randw ick on Oc­to­ber 14 and has de­rived great ben­e­fit from the run.

He should go close in race three, a 110 0m Bench­mark 85 Hand­i­cap, es­pe­cially with the 3 kg claimfo rappr en­tice Court­ney v en­der Wa r f.

The En costa de La­gos ixyear-old looked in good or­der when work­ing on the in­side grass over 800 mi 53.18 with af in al2mn 12.24, work­ing 12 m out.

GAM­BLERS BLUES was scratched last Satur­day at Rand wick to run this week Rose hill in race nine, a 14 0 0m Bench­mark 8 3 Hand­i­cap, for trainer Tim Martin and a 3 kg claim­ing ap­pren­tice will help.

His half length sec­ond to Redze lin a1000m trial at Roseh on he course proper Oc­to­ber 3 w he nu nn ing 58.90 was a good ef­fort.

His work on Tues­day mort he in­side grass was okay when timed over 1000 min 1.07.60 with a fi­nal 6 37.5 5 and looked fit and well af­ter­wards.

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