Waller filly on track to fire back home

The Sportsman Weekend - - The Trackwork Winners - JOHN MOC

BRAZILICA looks like mak­ing a more than handy race filly.

Her only start re­sulted in a good win on the Rand­wick/Kens­ing­ton track on Oc­to­ber 17 beat­ing Host­win Supreme by two lengths and run­ning very good time.

The Red­oute’s Choice filly heads to her home track at Rose­hill Gar­dens to­mor­row for the ATC Dy­na­ton Sales & Hire Hand­i­cap (1200m) where she has drawn the rails and looks to have im­proved since her de­but.

Chris Waller worked her on the course proper, 15m out, Tues­day morn­ing with sta­ble­mate Check­sum over 1000m in 1:08.60, her last 400m in 24.40s and fi­nal 200m 12.00 was a best of the morn­ing ef­fort from the pair.

Brazilica should be win­ning and the book­ing of Ja­son Col­lett can only add to her chances.

MAHALANGUR and MEROVEE can fight out the last race to­mor­row,

ATC Brad­ford En­ergy Hand­i­cap (1500m).

Mahalangur has won his two starts this prepa­ra­tion in great style.

His last start win on Oc­to­ber 20 was very strong when beat­ing Ar­ti­cus by a length.

The son of O’Reilly has been a dif­fer­ent horse this time in since hav­ing bone chips re­moved.

Team Hawkes have him go­ing great and he should be bring­ing up a hat-trick of wins on the week­end.

Merovee ran on the same day (Oc­to­ber 20) at Rand­wick when beaten two and a half lengths by Smart As You Think and was mak­ing up ground in the run to the line.

His track­work on course proper on Tues­day was very good when work­ing with sta­ble­mate Smil­ing Mano­lito over 1000m in 1:09.00, his last 400m in 24.00 with a great fi­nal 200m on 11.60.

He should show im­prove­ment off that type of work and trainer Chris Waller has en­gaged Glyn Schofield which is a bonus.

STAR OF MON­SOON is a fresh horse since be­ing gelded and he looks a good each-way chance in the ATC Brad­ford Block Hand­i­cap (1200m) for trainer Ger­ald Ryan and Jay Ford.

Star Of Mon­soon was not asked to run time when clocked over 1000m on the in­side grass, 7m out, last Satur­day in 1:08.00, with a fi­nal 400m 25.33 and 200m 12.78.

It was per­fect for a sprinter who has found winnable race.

ADANA put in a strong run to win fresh since be­ing gelded an Oc­to­ber 29 mid-weeker at War­wick Farm.

The Snitzel geld­ing has a good each-way chance in the VRC Car­bine Club Stakes (1600m) for Chris Waller and James McDon­ald.

He has def­i­nitely im­proved in re­cent weeks and has al­ways shown abil­ity.

Adana left Rose­hill in good or­der and is ready for his class rise this week­end.

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