SATURDAY 2 JULY 2016 – ROSEHILL GARDENS
Rail: +7m Entire Circuit
KONTIKI DANE (Race 2, 12.00pm, 1900m, No. 1, rider Koby Jennings (a2), 61.5kg).
Kontiki Dane (Danewin x Eebee Pop), four-year-old mare. This mare always improves the deeper into her preparations she goes. She is unbeaten at this track and trip and from barrier 2 with Koby’s claim, I think she will find a good spot and be very hard to beat. She is ready to show her best. Good winning chance.
FLAMBOYANT LASS (Race 8, 3.45pm, 1200m, No. 3, rider Sam Clipperton, 59kg).
Flamboyant Lass (Stratum x Flamboyance), three-year-old filly. I have always thought this filly is a Group class horse and she is on the brink of showing it. 1st up she ran a good 2nd and she is primed to go one better based on the strength of her work over the last two weeks. Flamboyant Lass has never missed a place at this track, and from the perfect barrier she is ready to win. There is scarcely a horse in the stable going better than this girl. Excellent winning chance.
SATURDAY 2 JULY 2016 – BEAUMONT NEWCASTLE
Rail: +3m Entire Circuit
MULTITUDE (Race 3, 12.54pm, 1150m, No. 3, rider Chris Caserta(a2), 57kg).
Multitude (Lonhro x My Lady's Chamber), three-year-old gelding. Since the ultimate gear change, this now gelding has come along in leaps and bounds. He won his last trial very nicely and he is all set for a career defining preparation. He is a new horse and he is ready to kick off his campaign with a bang. Great each way chance.
DINKY DI DORA (Race 8, 4.09pm, 1350m, No. 10, rider Adam Hyeronimus, 56.5kg).
Dinky Di Dora (Redoute's Choice x Diana Cazadora), three-year-old filly. After a strong win last start, this filly is ready to go right on with the job on Saturday. She is racing over the same track and trip as her recent win and she even drops in weight for good measure. She has always been a filly that likes to bowl along in front and from barrier 4, expect more of the same again on Saturday. She will be tough to beat. Strong winning chance.
MONDAY 4 JULY 2016 – KEMBLA GRANGE
Rail: +5m 1100m to WP, +4m Remainder
FAT CHAP (Race 1, 12.15pm, 2000m, No. 4, rider Adam Hyeronimus, 57.5kg).
Fat Chap (High Chaparral x Fatoon), three-year-old gelding. This gelding has not finished further back than 3rd in his last five starts and I completely expect him to continue this run of form on Monday. He will bowl along in front, he has a very fair weight, a good barrier and like he is every week, he will be very competitive when the whips are cracking. Good winning chance.
MULTITUDE (Race 2, 12.50pm, 1200m, No. 4, rider Adam Hyeronimus, 57kg).
Multitude (Lonhro x My Lady's Chamber), three-year-old gelding. Since the ultimate gear change, this now gelding has come along in leaps and bounds. He won his last trial like a really good horse and he is all set for a career defining preparation. He is a new horse and he is ready to kick of his campaign with a bang. Great each way chance.
DYNASTIC LADY (Race 5, 2.40pm, 1400m, No. 9, rider Brenton Avdulla, 55.5kg).
Dynastic Lady (Fastnet Rock x Dragon's Tail), two-year-old filly. 1st up this filly was fair, but she has come on in leaps and bounds since. Late in the race on debut this daughter of Fastnet Rock was making up good ground and as such, the step up in trip on Monday certainly will suit. She is a filly bred for the Classics and I think she can start her path to bigger and better things on Monday. She will be hard to beat. Excellent winning chance.
STARE (Race 5, 2.40pm, 1400m, No. 13, rider Adam Hyeronimus, 55kg).
Stare (Commands x Pleasant Change), two-year-old filly. A drop in class and a big step up in trip will see this filly improve out of sight on Monday from her debut run. Her work over the last two weeks has been exceptional and she is ready to make huge improvements over the 1400m on Monday. She will be flashing home. Good each way chance.
ECHO PRINCE (Race 7, 3.50pm, 1200m, No. 1, rider Tim Clark, 59kg).
Echo Prince (Casino Prince x Femme Voleur), four-year-old gelding. Last week this gelding returned to his best. He was narrowly beaten and he has done nothing but improve since. In three starts at this track and trip Echo Prince has never missed a place and he again is all set to run well. He is ready to win. Good winning chance.