Re­con­sider looks a star in the mak­ing af­ter bar­rier trial

The Sportsman Midweek - - Latest Trackwork - SHAYNE O’CASS

THE Wells fam­ily have a very nice three-year- old on their hands by the name of RE­CON­SIDER who was the star of the War­wick Farm tri­als held last Mon­day morn­ing.

The un­raced son of Al­brecht did it all so eas­ily to take out his 798m in a slick time 46.89s with a 33.60s last 600m win­ning by 2.3-len.

This was in the wake of his nose se­cond a WF heat back in July.

Clarry Con­ners had a big morn­ing, he won a heat with DIDDLES who ran mighty race in last Sat­ur­day’s record­break­ing Gim­crack Stakes fin­ish­ing se­cond to Catch Me.

BOLERO KING was fifth of eight in his heat beaten only 2.2-len and looked like a bull in terms of frame. He’s pow­er­fully built geld­ing that’s for sure.

The son of Nic­coni has two of four first-up and could eas­ily make it a third when he re­sumes shortly.

Sta­ble­mate FAN­NING had ev­ery chance to win his heat and de­liv­ered in spade beat­ing DIS­CUS­SIONS and MEMES cour­tesy of a lovely last 600m in 33.30s.

An­other trainer who would have been pleased/thrilled with their lot last week is Clare Cun­ning­ham whose three run­ners in the opener all per­formed ad­mirably, namely TRIPLE HERO (1st), ONTHETAKE (3rd) and ELKANO (6th of 7 beaten 3.3len, run­ning on so well!).

Cun­ning­ham’s TIME OUT OF MIND was fourth to the afore­men­tioned Fan­ning heat but all eyes were on the sta­ble’s best horse – CRA­DLE MOUN­TAIN in his heat.

This ex­cit­ing son of the supreme Tas­ma­nian stal­lion West Quest dived through late to fin­ish 0.2-len se­cond to RONSTAR in what was a won­der­ful ef­fort on his be­half.

Cra­dle Moun­tain has won four of seven starts in­clud­ing that awe­some win at Randwick last cam­paign where he won by 3.3-len in a time of 1:08.15 for the 1200m – that’s fast!

Joe Pride al­ways has some wor­thy men­tions when he tri­als his horses at the Farm – this time he had four, PECANS, EX­CELLING, UN­KNOWN UNI­VERSE and a Gooree first time tri­aller named AB­SO­LUTE CON­TROL who won his heat.

Ab­so­lute Con­trol is out of the stakes win­ner Gam­ble Me whose off­spring in­clude the black-type per­form­ers Ki­na­gat and Ma­jor Conquest.

Mark Newn­ham sup­plied the run­ner-up to Ab­so­lute Con­trol with MESMER who is by Se­poy and has the great Cop­perama as her fourth dam. Nice first trial that one. Ditto from the third placed CROWN AF­FAIR who is a su­perbly bred colt by Snitzel out of Gal­lant Tess mak­ing him half to Rock Hero, all trained by David Payne and owned John Cor­dina.

Speak­ing of ‘ lucky own­ers’, An­ton Kool­man (The Au­tumn Sun/Egg Tart/Youngstar, etc) has a lovely colt by Zous­tar in the David Pfi­ef­fer camp that goes by name of MONTE DITTO.

The three-year- old is 3s 1- 0-1 at this point and was im­pos­si­ble to miss when fin­ish­ing 3.1-len be­hind Joe Pride’s Ex­celling.

Sta­ble­mate IN­FIN­ITELY PER­FECT was last of eight be­hind Fan­ning but was never re­ally called upon at any stage by rider Jean Van Over­meire and was 4.9-len off the win­ner. She will win a race very soon. Our oth­ers from these heats are; SO MAGIC, PSITTACINE, MANGIONE, ROHERYN, MIR­A­CLE OF MIR­A­CLES, MANDALONG ONE UP, IN­DI­CA­TORS ON, RARE EPISODE and TAJ who dead set must be the big­gest horse since Holy Roller he wears the same cerise to match.

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