TRAINER James Cummings has a good chance of taking out both two-year-old races this weekend with two nice fillies.
AVON RIVER is a daughter of Fastnet Rock who showed potential winning her trial last Thursday and her gallop on Tuesday morning was first class.
Working the Course Proper, she sat outside a mate over 600m in 39.84 with a final 400m in 24.56 and last 200m in 11.57.
She runs race one at Randwick tomorrow should go close.
Her stablemate ASIAGO runs in race three tonight at Canterbury and she has benefited greatly from her two trials over the last month.
On Tuesday morning, she worked home well over 600m in 41.77 with her final 400m in 25.75 and last 200m 12.01 under a good hold.
CONNEMARA, from the Bjorn Baker yard, showed a good turn of foot when winning at Randwick last start and her work on Tuesday morning suggest she has improved again.
Sometimes she can be a little bit lazy in her trackwork but on Tuesday on the A Grass, she hit the line strongly over 1000m in 1.05.19 with her final 400m in 22.65 and last 200m 10.94.
She runs in race five tomorrow and if she handles the Kensington track, will prove hard to beat.
Clarry Connors has BOLERO KING back at the races tomorrow and he should be taken into consideration when he runs in race two.
On Tuesday, worked on the A Grass over 1000m in 1.07.29, his final 400m 11.32 and looked to have something in reserve.
NICCI’S GOLD won well at her home track last start and has trained on since.
On Tuesday morning, she worked in her usual style on the Pro Ride over 1000m in 1.10.2, final 400m 25.65 and last 200m in 12.15.
Gary Portelli was happy with the work and she will be hard to hold out in the last race.
A MILLION DREAMS broke his maiden on the Kensington track last start and he has a good chance in race four tomorrow.
He galloped nicely on Tuesday morning on the Pro Ride over 1000m in 1.08.22 with his final 400m 24.38 and last 200m 11.84.