SATURDAY 21 JULY 2018 – Flemington

Rail: Out 3m Entire Circuit

FUN FACT (Race 5, 2:15pm, 1800 metres, No. 1, jockey Dwayne Dunn, 59kg)
Fun Fact (The Factor (USA)/Fill The Page) two-year old grey-brown colt. Fun Fact will head to Flemington on Saturday to race against the 2 year olds over 1800m with Dwayne Dunn booked to ride. The colt has settled into life in Melbourne with ease, his condition is excellent and Dwayne was pleased with the ride our colt gave him Tuesday morning. Fun Fact has come on nicely since his last start maiden win and it looks a very nice race for him on Saturday as he gets back to his own age group. He is up in class, but the added distance will only see him improve. Winning chance.

SATURDAY 21 JULY 2018 – Randwick

Rail: True

WIMLAH (Race 1, 11:40am, 1000 metres, No. 9, apprentice Rachel King, 53.5 kg)
Wimlah (Sebring/Caiguna) two-year old bay filly. Wimlah gets back to the races on Saturday in the Rosebud Prelude over 1000m with apprentice Rachel King booked for the ride. Wimlah has trained a treat since her debut win against the older horses and she drops back to her own age on Saturday. She is up in class and there are a couple of obvious dangers in the race, but Wimlah certainly warrants the step up. Each way chance.

COONAWARRA (Race 4, 1:25pm, 1600 metres, No. 5, jockey Brenton Avdulla, 55.5kg)
Coonawarra (Snitzel/Roses ‘N’ Wine (CAN)) four-year old chestnut gelding. This big chestnut beauty has really turned the corner this preparation, winning his last two starts, and the added distance on Saturday will be to his liking. He is a very fit horse, he looks great in his condition and we are hopeful he can make it a trifecta come race day. Strong each way chance.

SATURDAY 21 JULY 2018 – Kembla-Grange

Rail: +9M, 1100M-WP, +6M REMAINDER

GEOGRAPHIC (Race 3, 1:09pm, 1200 metres, No. 6, jockey Jeff Penza, 54.5kg)
Geographic (I Am Invincible/North Pole Dancer) two-year old bay gelding. Geographic gets back to the races at Kembla Grange on Saturday, once again over the 1200m with Jeff Penza booked to ride. Geographic has been thriving since his impressive debut win and it looks a very winnable affair on Saturday over the same trip. He has trimmed and toned up beautifully in condition over the last 10 days, he looks fit and very well in himself. He can make it back to back wins come race day. Winning chance.

SYDNEY BLUE (Race 4, 1:44pm, 1400 metres, No. 5, jockey Grant Buckley, 57kg)
Sydney Blue (Sebring/Dane Belltar) two-year old grey colt. Sydney Blue steps up to the 1400 metres on Saturday with Grant Buckley ready to ride. He has thrived in work since his debut over an unsuitable trip and the added distance on Saturday will be to his liking, albeit still short of what he is looking for. He'll be right there in the finish. Solid each-way chance.