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MARSUPIAL was impressive winning his barrier trial recently after finishing second when not having the best of runs at Canterbury.
The three-year-old Street Cry colt worked strongly Tuesday on the A Grass over 1000m in 1.08.5 final 400m in 25.32 last 200m in 12.32 on the bit.
James Cummings has him looking an absolute treat and he has strong claims in race two at Rosehill.
STUNTS from the same stable found the line nicely at his first start after finding trouble on home turn at Randwick.
He has done well since and Tuesday on the A Grass he worked with stablemate HEMSTED over 800m in 54.01 final 400m in 24.75 last 200m in 12.21.
It was good work and they could easily quinella race one.
SIREN’S FURY was held up at a vital stage when resuming in the Nivison but still managed to make good ground late.
Tuesday on the Pro Ride she worked over 600m in 38.32 last 400m in 25.02 under a hold.
She has good ability and trainer Jason Coyle expects a good showing in the last race tomorrow.
COLLATERAL performed admirably when resuming over 1400m at Randwick only to go down narrowly.
He looks to have strengthened up this campaign and Tuesday on the A Grass he galloped over 1200m in 1.26.3 final 400m in 26.13 last 200m in 12.68.
Bjorn Baker is happy with him and he will go close in race four. IMPAVIDO has had three runs this preparation and he is now close to peak condition.
Tuesday on the A Grass he worked over 1200m in 1.22.98 final 400m in 25.59 last 200m in 12.4.
He runs race six tomorrow and will relish the step up to 1800m.
The Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington tomorrow is a terrific race and GOODFELLA is a worthy acceptor.
His work has been first rate and Tuesday on the A Grass he went solo over 1200m in 1.22.48 final 400m in 26.35 last 200m in 12.93.
He has a great chance of taking out this prestige event.