Cum­mings duo to De­mol­ish ri­vals

The Sportsman Weekend - - The Trackwork Winners - WARREN HUNTLY

DEMOLITION and CHATUCHAK paired up for a workout on Tues­day morn­ing and the James Cum­mings-trained sta­ble­mates are both in great shape to head to Caulfield to­mor­row.

They fin­ished off their 1000m worked im­pres­sively to cover the jour­ney in 1.07.87 and their fi­nal 400m in 23.97.

Demolition has only been nar­rowly beaten at his two run this cam­paign and is sure to prove hard to beat while Chatuchak has trained on well since her run be­hind Smart Coupe who franked that form by run­ning well in the Stan­dish at Flem­ing­ton on New Year’s Day.

CREE­DENCE hasn’t had the best of like in his most re­cent runs but the Lindsay Park-trained gal­loper is hold­ing his con­di­tion well and heads to Caulfield for his next start.

He cruised steadily over 1600m on Thurs­day morn­ing and looked very fit head­ing back to the sta­bles af­ter com­plet­ing his workout in 1.52.53 and run­ning his last 400m in 27.41.

From the in­side draw he should get ev­ery chance to turn his for­tunes around to­mor­row.

The Mike Moroney-trained BARTHELONA is ready to re­sume and he has been pro­gress­ing well in re­cent weeks.

Fol­low­ing some en­cour­ag­ing per­for­mances in a cou­ple of re­cent jumpouts, he worked in good style on Tues­day morn­ing to clock 1.07.77 for 1000m and 24.32 his fi­nal 400m.

He boasts an im­pres­sive first-up record and looks set to per­form well again when he re­sumes at Caulfield to­mor­row.

TOP OF THE RANGE, also pre­pared by Moroney, worked home strongly over 2000m at Flem­ing­ton last time out and he has come through that run in terrific order.

He looked bright and fit on Tues­day morn­ing af­ter cov­er­ing 1200m in 1.20.23 and his clos­ing 400m in 24.11.

With re­cent rac­ing un­der his belt he is at leak fit­ness to head to Caulfield to­mor­row and is ready to run to his best.

TOP ME UP had a short sharp hit out on Tues­day morn­ing and the Team Hawkes-trained gal­loper had plenty of spring in his step af­ter dash­ing up last 400m in 24.96.

The form through his first-up run has held up well with the win of Whis­per­ing Brook at Flem­ing­ton on New Year’s Day and he should ap­pre­ci­ate drop­ping in grade to­mor­row.

The Mike Moroney-trained Barthelona looks ready to fire first-up at Caulfield to­mor­row.

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