UNDEFEATED three-year-old colt YULONG JANUARY will make his presence felt whether he bobs up at Flemington in the Antler Luggage Stakes or at Royal Randwick in the Benchmark 74 1600m Handicap tomorrow.
He worked very well on Tuesday morning over 800m, clocking 51.25 and 23.55 for his last 400m.
He has been patiently handled and is still on the up.
BIG NIGHT OUT had no luck last start and should be kept safe in the aforementioned Flemington event.
He went 1000m in 1.05.75 and 25.25 for his last 400m split.
I AM EXCITED chased hard to the line last start when a creditable fourth at Caulfield last start.
She is third-up tomorrow and ready to shake the life out of the Group 2 Gilgai Stakes (1200m).
She’ll be spot on for this on the day.
It was a huge effort from BONS AWAY when resuming. She turned in a sparkling gallop on Tuesday morning, clocking 50.83 for the 800m with a very slick last 400m in 23.06.
Hard to tip anything to beat WINX in the Turnbull Stakes, however it’s suffice say that Grunt will never compete around Caulfield again and we should see an improved showing here where he seems to go best.
He had a quiet week on the track but pulled up well from his run last Sunday and will press on with the W.S Cox Plate at this stage.
One big overs for the value punters is VISAO in the Group 1 Spring Champion Stakes (2000m) Royal Randwick tomorrow.
I’ve got a lot of time for this horse.
He didn’t get clear crack at them first-up and he was doing his best work at the end of the race.
He has trained on nicely and I reckon he’ll give punters a run for their hard earned.
On Tuesday morning, he was worked over 1000m in 1.05.72 and 23.51 for his last 400m.
It’s an awkward draw for the Maher and Eustacetrained YULONG METEOR in Edward Manifold Stakes.
If she can get into a good position early, she’s some hope of weighing in. It was short sharp work for her on Tuesday morning where she went 800m in 52.0 and home in 25.0 for the last 400m.