Paret ready to ring the bell on a hat-trick

The Sportsman Weekend - - The Trackwork Winners - JOHN MOC

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.

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