Harraild the one to beat in Cup
IMPORTED galloper DAL
HARRAILD will take a power of beating in tomorrow’s Listed Pakenham Cup (2500m).
He is loving the training regime Ciaron Maher and David Eustice have set for him in Australia, improving with every run under his belt.
He worked with KING
KABUTO at Moonee Valley on Tuesday morning with their last 1000m in 1.05.04 and final 400m 24.07 excellent work.
WALL OF FIRE partnered up with KILIMINJARO (Bourke Memorial Handicap) their last 1000m in 1.05.11 and a final 400m 23.91.
BERISHA did some schooling over the fences to sharpen him up for this assignment.
We all know that racing axiom, “mares in form” and NARIKO has had an excellent preparation culminating in a gritty last start win.
She is thriving in work and rates as an each-way hope at Morphettville in the Listed City Of Marion Stakes (1200m).
She had a soft gallop on Tuesday morning at Caulfield, working over 1000m in 1.13.22 and coming home her last 400m in 24.30.
Classy Zoustar threeyear-old colt STAR FALL has returned to work in excellent order this time in and is one of the leading hopes in the three-year-old Bm70 Hanndicap (1000m) at Pakenham.
He is a recent Cranbourne trial winner and Sandown jump out (unofficial).
He went around Moonee Valley with HERE TO THERE (Race 9 Pakenham) on Tuesday morning, covering 800m in 53.44 and 25.22 for the last 400m split.
DIVINE MR TYCOON worked 800m in 52.43 and 24.55 for his last 400m.
PRAIRIE FIRE kicks off his summer preparation in the Nasahi Plate, a Benchmark 78 (1000m).
His track work over the past month has been very strong, having run decent time along the way.
He partnered up with runaway last start winner MASTERING on Tuesday morning over 800m, clocking a leisurely 57.35 and 24.16 for the last 400m split.
SAM’S IMAGE resumes for new trainer John Sadler in the same race.
He worked over 1000m in 1.08.25 and came home his last 400m in 25.25.
The Price stable have last start winner and inform gelding, LORD SUNDOWNER in the VOBIS Gold Bullion 1400m).
It has been a faultless preparation and he should be thereabouts in this company.
He worked him down at Warrnambool beach during the week and it’s all systems go here.
Expect a better run from PRINCESS OF QUEENS on top of the ground in the Sportsbet Handicap (1200m) at Pakenham.
She worked over 800m at home on Tuesday morning, clocking 58.18 and home in 24.21 for her last 400m.
Dal Harraild (orange silks) will be hard to beat in tomorrow’s Pakenham Cup.