Waller gal­loper primed to win sec­ond-up

The Sportsman Weekend - - The Trackwork Winners - JOHN MOC

SO YOU WIN has been given ev­ery chance by Chris Waller to re­cover from his good first-up run when fourth Turnberry at Rose­hill on Novem­ber 10

beaten a length and a quar­ter.

The So You Think fouryear-old goes around to­mor­row on his home track at Rose­hill Gar­dens in the ATC Christ­mas At The Gar­dens Hand­i­cap (1500m) and will prove very hard to beat, not least given that he is un­beaten in two sec­ondup starts.

I have al­ways had a good opin­ion of So You Win and he worked over 1000m in 1.11.70 on the in­side grass last Satur­day with sta­ble­mate COLDITZ, com­ing home their last 400m in 24.70 and this will help his fit­ness for the week­end.

AB­DON MEROVEE are sta­ble­mates trained by Chris Waller who has two other run­ners in the 2000m ATC Sum­mer Rac­ing Hand­i­cap (2000m) at Rose­hill.

Ab­don has been knock­ing on the door for a win.

His short head sec­ond to Our Cen­tury was good ef­fort as he kept mak­ing ground to the line.

He goes up in weight and drops in grade to­mor­row.

Ab­don worked on the in­side grass over 1000m in 1.09.30 with a fi­nal 400m 24.20. It was good work from the very fit im­port.

Merovee keeps get­ting me in on his track­work alone.

His work with sta­ble­mate BEIDI over 1000m on the in­side grass on Tues­day was a best of the morn­ing gal­lop run­ning 1.08.50 for the trip and fi­nal 400m in 23.80 was very good from pair.

It is now or never for Merovee who goes around with a very light­weight in 52.5kg.

AL­BU­MIN and TANGO RAIN are both trained by Ger­ald Ryan look well placed in the ATC Merry Christ­mas Mem­bers Sprint (1100m) at Rose­hill.

Al­bu­min bar­rier tri­alled very well Rose­hill when fourth to Sa­madoubt in a fit­ness only trial on Novem­ber 19.

He worked Tues­day morn­ing on the in­side grass with sta­ble­mate PROB­LEM SOLVER with pair run­ning a best of the morn­ing gal­lop over 600m in 36.46, with their last 400m in 23.39 and fi­nal 200m in 12.18.

He is the more gen­uine of the pair.

Tango Rain went down a length to Isuar­ian at Rose­hill on Novem­ber 17 his third run back, he is prob­a­bly the fit­ter of the pair and al­ways works well when re­quired.

An­other of the Ryan string, ARANCINI, ran well when first-up when third to Blue Ty­coon at the night meet­ing at Can­ter­bury on Novem­ber 16 beaten a length.

The Shinzig six-year-old gets his chance to re­turn to the win­ner’s list in to­mor­row’s ATC Aus­tralian Turf Club Hand­i­cap (1300m).

Take note that James Mc­Don­ald sticks with Arancini from his last run which is a good book­ing.

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