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Weekly Review - June 5 to June 11

CRANBOURNE - 5 June 2023

WATCHLIST

Mick Price & Michael Kent are no strangers to nice imports from NZ and LISPECTOR looks to be another that could be in that mould. The 3yo daughter of Wrote was purchased following a 5L+ win on Jan 17 in NZ and she brought that sort of form into her first Aus jump out, winning Heat 11 on Jun 5 comfortably. She looks a nice filly but being only her first JO, she’s one to follow into another bit of work before debuting.

GUMDROPS caught our eye at her first official trial back in Feb but she was tipped out and given more time following this. She returned in Heat 15 on Jun 5 where she again caught our eye, the $600k Written Tycoon filly travelling quietly on speed where she was just too good in the end despite being under minimal pressure. She’s a nice moving 2yo filly.




MOE - 5 June 2023

WATCHLIST MR EXPRESS was good again, having his third jump out / trial but this time over 1000m, winning Heat 14 on Jun 5 by 3L in the third fastest time of the morning. He did it while sitting outside the leader, extending away late when asked to extend but not fully by Billy Egan, given a relatively easy time in comparison to those behind her. He can’t do much more ahead of his debut but do think he might end up in Hong Kong now, so if he does debut in Aus, one to follow.


VARANE went to the line with Marcolt in a previous May 26 jump out and backed that up with a super bit of work in Heat 16 on Jun 5. The 2yo gelding settled last for most of this 1000m trial before coming to the outside around the ~200m mark and really powered to the line without any pressure from Laura Lafferty, finishing 3rd but only beaten 2L. He looks a nice mover.


Following 8-starts for only 1x placing as a colt, the Susie Wells trained 4yo I’M DYNAMITE has now been gelded and that looks to have really switched him on, winning his first jump out back over 1000m in Heat 20 on Jun 5 as he closed well down the outside of the track when asked to extend. First up last prep he ran 3rd to Bews and subsequent winner Costless at Sale at a massive $91 SP, so it wouldn’t surprise to see him run well first up as a gelding following this.


A massive 6L win over 1000m for NOKHBAH in Heat 21 on Jun 5 while clocking the fastest time of the morning as the un-raced 4yo I Am Invincible mare stamped herself as a must follow on debut. Her first trial at Tatura was quite underwhelming, but her Bendigo jump out was super and this bit of work was obviously visually very impressive as well. She’s a nice mover.


Despite the slow time, VON HAUKE was an easy winner of Heat 23 on Jun 5 by 1.5L, cruising to the line over the 1000m. He just cruised out the back in his return jump out on May 24, which was similar here as he sat out the back but this time in he really showed that late turn of foot. Having been unsuccessful in winning the Pakenham Future Star series, he certainly has a regular maiden win in him this prep.


BENDIGO - 5 June 2023

WATCHLIST

SHORT AND STOUT has been unlucky not to break the maiden in 4x career runs, beaten a combined 0.4L in her first three career runs before an unlucky fourth run where she lost considerable ground in the middle stages when leading before then picking back up to run 3rd. Given a break, she returned to win Heat 3 on Jun 5 in the fastest time of the morning with the blinkers going on in a nice performance. She’ll be right in it at her next start.


PAKENHAM - 6 June 2023

WATCHLIST

GRAEWAZI caught our eye following a May 24 jump out at Mornington, with his second jump out coming in Heat 4 on Jun 6 on the synthetic at Pakenham. He settled last and wide throughout this heat where he required a bit of urging and riding to close off but he did close off solidly. He moves well enough.


PRESS QUEEN was a slick winner of Heat 7 - her first jump out this prep.


KYNETON - 6 June 2023

SEYMOUR - 7 June 2023

WATCHLIST

MERCHANT MOON was pushed and ridden out but did win Heat 6 on Jun 7 by a big margin in the fastest time of the morning.


FLEMINGTON - 9 June 2023

WATCHLIST

NIGHTINGALE has plenty of speed and she showed it again in her mid-prep jump out, leading and winning Heat 7 on Jun 9 in the third fastest time of the morning following a 4-week freshen up following her debut run that saw her finish 2nd to Material Dreams (who has since won again).


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