Weekly Review - June 13 to June 19
CRANBOURNE - 14 June 2022
DO YOU DEAL closed super from the back of the field in Heat 3 on on Jun 14 and although she finished 4th, she was taking ground off Arroance and Oceans Reward late, both of whom are better than maiden grade. The 4yo mare doesn’t look big in stature, but looks to have a nice turn of foot having displayed it in her previous 800m jump out on May 30 as well. Went well enough to be one to consider on debut.
SOUTH OF HOUSTON’s first jump out back on May 30 was a solid win over the 800m in a small field, but it was her work in Heat 5 on Jun 14 that really caught the eye and although it was a big winning margin, the way in which she won was the most impressive part. The 2yo Deep Field filly travelled on-speed and wide throughout before being asked for an effort at the top of the straight for ~100m or so where she opened up lengths on this field with ease, leaving the entire field in her wake. A $170,000 purchase from the 2021 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sales, she’s out of the mare Soho Secret who was a talented 2yo herself. Looks a nice filly for Mick Price and Michael Kent.
GOLD TRIP has had his fair share of controversy but there is no doubt that he’s talented, putting together a superb jump out in his first bit of work this prep, winning Heat 14 on Jun 14 over the 1000m with ease. If he finally gets to the races for his Australian debut, he’s a talented 5yo.
ASTERNA ATTITUDE went to the line with impressive subsequent winner Masterful in a May 23 jump out, pretty much going stride for stride although Masterful probably was the better of the two. Given 3-weeks since that, the 3yo filly returned in Heat 19 on Jun 14 where she stepped up to 1000m and showed a bit of class, winning comfortably under a grip. These colours have no shortage of winners and it might continue with this daughter of Astern.
PAKENHAM - 14 June 2022
Would love to see WRITEY O’PAL head to a mid-week BM64 and look to get a win on the board before returning into town. He was last seen running 4th to a very talented Star Patrol at Flemington back in April, winning over 1000m on the synthetic in Heat 2 on Jun 14 and had Monsters Inc covered quite easily. He was gelded after his debut win and he’s certainly a talented 3yo, so hopefully they go for some easy kills and work him through the grades where we can certainly follow him.
TATURA - 14 June 2022
Looks like Nick Ryan has a nice gelding on his hands. We mentioned STARBURY after his May 27 jump out where he closed super and did his best work late, and it was much the same in his official trial as he finished 3rd in Heat 12 on Jun 14. He jumped clearly the best and was in front by 1L in a matter of strides but was hard held by Billy Egan to go back and take a sit, travelling 3-wide without cover at the rear of the field. He peeled out very wide around the bend and closed super while also being given a pretty easy time, he made up ground with ease over the concluding stages and only went down by 1L. He looks a really nice mover and we’re a big fan. Keen to follow this 2yo gelding.
JENNY JEROME ran super on debut when finishing a close 0.1L 2nd - she was nabbed on the line with a 2.5L gap back to 3rd place. Given a freshen up, the 2yo filly returned to win Heat 10 on Jun 14 in nice fashion, sitting behind the leaders before showing that lovely turn of foot late to come down the middle of the track and win by 1.5L. She handled the Heavy8 track on debut so the wet shouldn’t be a worry and she looks in good order for a second up run.
The heat is listed as being ran in 57.61s, but based on our hand-timing of the heat we got ~53s, which would have her in the top half of times (not the clear slowest of the day). AIOFE bolted in Heat 11 on Jun 14 by 5L in one of the more impressive trials of the morning. She was terrible on debut when 11th of 12 but that was in the Blue Diamond Preview for Fillies and she’s now been given more time, so a country maiden would be perfect for her first up this prep.
He’s a 6yo with 18x starts, so he had an experience edge on the rest of the field but LAST HOPE just cruised to the line to win Heat 16 on Jun 14. Now with Rhys Archard, the 6yo gelding was just doing it very easy out in front and looked to move really well for his first jump out for the new stable following a spell. He’s only got the 2x career wins, but first up he’s 3: 1-1-1 and he doesn’t mind it wet, with a soft record of 5:2-1-0 and a heavy record of 4:0-3-0. Big watch in a country BM58, but likely another jump out prior to really set him up.
MORNINGTON - 15 June 2022
SABAID is becoming a bit of a jump out specialist, so we need to tread carefully but he should be a big price so he’s probably worth a small bet at a big price. He took out Heat 3 on Jun 15 with ease, stepping up to 900m here and clocking the third fastest time of the morning (quicker than Bless Her earlier in the day) to back up his 600m win on May 25. He handled the Heavy track well here, so keep an eye on him this prep to see if he’s worth a small low confidence bet.
Super return jump out from TINO’S DAUGHTER, winning Heat 6 on Jun 15 quite comfortably in the end. She won a previous jump out back on Mar 16 ahead of Cold One, who has gone okay in his first prep including a run in the Group 3 Sires Produce in SA. One to keep an eye on for another jump out first.
MALIEPO has had the two starts for a 7th of 8 ($81 SP) and 4th of 8 ($101 SP) while also finishing last in a May 25 jump out, but the 3yo filly went straight to the front in Heat 9 on Jun 15 and bolted in, in a big change of form. This could be an outlier, but have to mention her and would happily have a tiny bet at a huge price first up, especially if she goes to Mornington on a heavy track.
CHEEKY KEVIN continues to win jump outs, taking out Heat 10 on Jun 15 over the 900m having also won a previous May 18 jump out as well as an Apr 6 jump out (over 700m) prior to his disappointing debut run (when 7th of 8) besides being jumping at an SP of $7. He was listed under K Southey here instead of Pat Carey, which is an interesting stable change. He’s one to monitor as if he brings his jump out form to raceday, he’ll go well, but based on his 1x run it seems a big if.
Don’t usually take too much notice of 600m jump outs as they’re only 600m, but the late closing speed of FUN WITH FLAGS in Heat 13 on Jun 15 was superb. We mentioned this 2yo filly after a Dec 30 jump out over 750m where she won quite well. She then went to an official Pakenham trial on Jan 11 and finished an okay 4th with the nose roll on. Given time, she returned for this impressive jump out, sitting wide and off the pace before showing that lovely turn of foot in the straight. Looking forward to seeing her get out over more distance in a jump out to see how she measures up.
FLEMINGTON - 17 June 2022
TIFOSI had a previous jump out on Feb 18 where he was no match for the talented 3yo Fire. The 2yo gelding was put away following this, returning in Heat 6 on Jun 17 where he technically finished last of 6x runners, but he was only 2-3L off the winner and was extremely hard held throughout. This was a super return jump out where they clocked the fourth fastest time of the morning and he has a very noticeable first owner, his trainer Mr A Freedman. This son of Menari is one to watch.
A pair of Lindsay Park runners have returned in super order, SO RISQUE with a slick win in Heat 5 in the fastest time of the morning followed by NICOLINI VITO with an easy win in Heat 9. Both the Lindsay Park 4yo geldings can go well first up.
RANDWICK - 14 June 2022
SECRET REVOLUTION put together a massive win in Heat 2 on Jun 14, taking out the 1080m trial in the clear fastest time of the morning, clocking 1:03.75s vs the days average of 1:04.77s. Adding to his win, his L600m was the second fastest of the 1080m times, so he was doing it late as well as early. It’s worth noting he’s had the 2x runs this prep so had race fitness, resuming as a gelding when 2nd to a smart Koshu but failing on the Heavy9 track at Warwick Farm when 10th (last). Wondering if the blinkers went on here as well? One to monitor third up now.
Super slick by DE AN ANDRETTI, sitting 3-wide throughout Heat 5 on Jun 14 before closing super over the concluding stages to get over the top of the Group 2 winning Kallos to win whilst clocking 44.86s (vs days average of 45.99s), which is the second fastest 780m time we have recorded. A full-sister to Libertini that has only managed to string together 2x career runs as she approaches her 4yo season, she’s ready to head back to the races and looks a talent.
While De An Andretti clocked a very slick 44.86s, the un-raced 2yo gelding in SPORTS LEGEND clocked a slick 45.23s in only his first jump out, a 4.99L win in Heat 7 on Jun 14. The 2yo Deep Field gelding jumped beautifully, went forward and absolutely bolted in with ease. A $200k Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling purchase from 2021, he looks to have some talent for Bon Ho - huge watch!
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