Waller mare Eye­ing off a Rose­hill vic­tory

The Sportsman Weekend - - The Trackwork Winners - JOHN MOC

THE Chris Waller-trained SEXY EYES looked good win­ning at Royal Rand­wick last start and she can make it back-to-back wins at Rose­hill Gar­dens to­mor­row.

The daugh­ter of Writ­ten Ty­coon came from near last be­fore sweep­ing past Stella Vic­to­ria to score by a com­mand­ing three and quar­ter lengths in class record time.

Waller has found an­other winnable race for the fiveyear-old in the Bench­mark 88 for fil­lies and mares (1500m) with Tye Ang­land booked to ride.

On Tues­day morn­ing, she worked on the In­side Grass over 100m in 1.09.20 with her last 400m 24.30 with­out pres­sure.

It was a lovely piece of work which has her in good shape for home track win to­mor­row.

CHAUSSURE was re­sum­ing from a two year break when fin­ish­ing a halflength fourth be­hind Gi­tan at Rand­wick a fort­night ago.

It was very pleas­ing ef­fort af­ter such long lay-off and looks a ter­rific chance to re­turn to the win­ners’ cir­cle to­mor­row in the Bench­mark 78 Eden Bar Homes (1400m).

The five-year-old son of Jimmy Choux worked quite well when part­nered by Home Scene on the In­side Grass on Tues­day morn­ing, clock­ing 1.08.00 for the 1000m with their last 400m in 24.70.

Sta­ble­mate SO YOU WIN re­sumes in the same race and can­not be taken lightly.

The stay­ing son of So You Think has his share abil­ity and watch for any pos­i­tive mar­ket moves.

He too worked well on Tues­day morn­ing along­side sta­ble­mate Wrist­band the In­side Grass in 1.08.80 with their last 400m cov­ered in 24.50 which was pleas­ing work from the pair.

SOLO MIS­SION and MEROVEE both con­test the Aus­tralian Turf Club Bench­mark 78 (2000m) to­mor­row.

Solo Mis­sion was safely beaten by Sky Boy last start at Rand­wick when sec­ondup.

He meets his ri­val 3kg bet­ter at the weights to­mor­row and with added fit­ness, will make his pres­ence felt.

Her worked over 1000m on Tues­day morn­ing in 1.08.10 with a fi­nal 400m 24.60.

Merovee is back­ing-up af­ter run­ning a ter­rific race when fourth be­hind Don’t Give A Damn here last week and the step up to 2000m looks ideal.

The son of Frankel was given easy work dur­ing the week, stretch­ing his legs over 1000m in 1.18.60 with his last 400m 27.90.

He is my pick the race.

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