The Sportsman Midweek - - Trackwork - — Greg Splet­ter

WON­DER BOOM (R7 No. 3) looks a good thing when tack­les the Bm65 sprint fol­low­ing strong firstup per­for­mance there two weeks ago. He took on the older horses as well and closed late to beat all but the well cre­den­tialed Fre­quendly on the heavy-8. His form was a lit­tle patchy prior to a brief let-up but he is a better horse on top of the ground and with that hitout un­der his belt should be too strong to­mor­row.

BAC­CARAT BABY (R8 No. 12) is an­other young­ster tak­ing on older com­pany and she looks des­tined for far better things than a lowly class one. She picked up her maiden when re­sum­ing last start scor­ing an easy win in very wet con­di­tions, but it’s hard to knock her dry track cre­den­tials. At her only other run she fin­ished close-up be­hind Mis­hani Hus­tler and Plumaro on a good-4 here and she should be too classy.

SCRABBLE (R4 No. 3) has had no luck with the weather this time in strik­ing shifty tracks at each of his three runs but back onto a firmer sur­face to­mor­row I ex­pect a big im­prove­ment. A very even field lines up against him, he cer­tainly has the abil­ity to beat them home.

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