Paret ready to ring the bell on a hat-trick
PARET has been in career best form this preparation winning his past two starts in fine style.
At latest win, at Rosehill on August 11, he sailed home from near last to defeat Gitan by 1.8-len in class record time for the 1350m.
It was the win of a good horse and expect him to on to bigger better things.
The son of Harbour Watch worked on the Pro Ride last Saturday morning over 1000m in 1.09.40 with his last 400m 25.60 and was never let go at any stage.
On Thursday morning, he worked over 1000m in 1.11.00 with his final 400m in 25.90.
The four-year-old contest the final race on the card, a Benchmark 82 over 1500m and should bring up a winning hat-trick tomorrow for the Waller/Bowman combination.
PERFORMER makes his return to racing in the Group 3 San Domenico (1100m) and looks a leading contender, again for the Waller/Bowman partnership.
He produced a top class effort in winning his August 7 barrier trial at Rosehill where he defeat stablemate Fiesta, who came out and won the Silver Shadow Stakes last Saturday.
He has both his previous first-up races – the Breeders’ Plate on debut last September and Canonbury Stakes back in February.
The son of Exceed And Excel has always been a strong trackworker right from day one when he has been asked to run time.
The colt was only out for slow work last Tuesday morning while on Thursday, he stretched out over 600m in 41.40 with his last 400m 27.00 which has ready for tomorrow’s assignment.
I AM SERIOUS was beaten a neck by Flow firstup from freshen-up when wide and back at Rosehill on August 11.
The Choisir mare looks well placed on the limit weight in tomorrow’s Group 3 Premiers Cup (1900m) at her home track with Kerrin McEvoy to ride.
Her record work has been amongst the best of the morning including on Tuesday when timed over 1000m in 1.07.50, her last 400m 23.50 with McEvoy aboard.
PEDWAY was resuming from a spell at Randwick on August 11 when runner-up the good mare Soothing.
The Not A Single Doubt gelding lines up in a Benchmark 78 (1100m) this weekend and again has good each-way chance for trainer Gerald Ryan and jockey Tim Clark who takes over from the suspended Tommy Berry.
Last Saturday, the gelding worked on Inside Grass over 800m in 53.09 with his last 400m 24.47 which was pleasing work.
The Rosehill trials last Monday morning produced a few horses who should be followed over the coming weeks.
In Heat 2, Tom Melbourne beat stablemate Comin’ Through by 1.5-len in fair time and are both ready for a good Spring.
So Taken was under a
hold in winning her second trial for new trainer Chris Waller.
She has her hoof on the till and should be winning in the right grade next run.