SATURDAY 17 JUNE 2017 - Rosehill

Rail Position: True Position Entire Circuit

HUALALAI (Race 1, 11:25AM, 1350M, No.1, jockey Tommy Berry, 58kg)
Hualalai (Street Cry/Aloha) two-year-old colt. We're delighted with this colt. He is thriving in his work at present and he has not taken a step backwards since his last start win. He is stepping up in trip and class on Saturday but he's had a trial in between to keep his fitness up to the mark and fresh heading into the run and we're again expecting him to be tough to beat. Strong winning chance.

ARBEITSAM (Race 2,12:00PM, 1400M, No. 5, jockey Rachel King (a2/50kg) 58kg)
Arbeitsam (Snitzel/Workhard) three-year-old gelding. We will keep this tip short and sweet. Back him. Excellent winning chance.

SUPPLY AND DEMAND (Race 6 - 2:25PM 2000M No. 6, jockey Rachel King (a2/50kg) 54.5kg)
Supply And Demand (Sebring/Demanding) four-year-old gelding. Supply And Demand has really hit his straps this preparation. He is rock hard fit heading into the run and he is certainly forward enough to see out a strong 2000 metres as he steps up in trip. He will again be very competitive for you and we hope to see him back in the Winner's Circle. Strong winning chance.


Rail Position: True Position Entire Circuit

SORT AFTER (Race 7, 3:17PM, 2150M, No. 3, jockey Corey Brown, 54.5kg)
Sort After (Wanted/Patronyme) four-year-old mare. Sort After is thriving in Queensland and she looks a picture of health heading into the run. She has trialled nicely in between and is feeling very well and fresh in herself, ready and raring to go. It looks like a really nice race for her on paper and we hope she can go one better on Saturday. Winning chance.

SLUMBER PARTY (Race 9, 4:33PM, 1350M, No. 17e, jockey Tegan Harrison, 54kg)
Slumber Party (Snitzel/Hokuspokus) three- year-old filly. It would seem very fitting to win this race on Saturday and who better to win it with than Slumber Party. She is knocking on the door for a breakthrough and we're confident she will put in a big run as she chases that elusive Black Type win. She is more than capable of doing so. Winning chance.


Rail Position: Out 3m Entire Circuit

GOODWOOD ZODIAC ( Race 7, 4:05PM, 2040M, No.13, jockey Stephen Baster, 54kg)
Goodwood Zodiac (Kodiac/Insieme) three-year-old gelding. We are really pleased with how Goodwood Zodiac has come through his first up run here in Australia. He did a few things wrong in the running but he has certainly settled in his demeanour since then and Saturday's race looks a nice next up assignment as he learns his trade Down Under. It tends to take these stayers a few runs to really get into the swing of things but the additional distance will certainly suit, he is certainly pleasing us in his work and he's a horse we have plenty of time for. Expect another big run. Winning chance.

SATURDAY 17 JUNE 2017 - Newcastle

Rail: Out 3m Entire Circuit

COMMANDING WITNESS (Race 1, 11:45AM, 900M, No. 2, jockey Keagan Latham, 57kg)
Commanding Witness (Star Witness/Commaura) two-year-old gelding. Commanding Witness has had two solid trials this preparation with good form around both. His stablemate Noviero was pipped on the line on Wednesday on debut at Canterbury and Hulalalai has since broken his maiden and currently sits as one as one of the favourites at Rosehill on Saturday. We're delighted with his condition, he has trimmed up nicely over the last 10 days and he looks a picture of health heading into his debut performance. Strong each way chance.

DREAM OF GLORY (Race 1, 11:45AM, 900M, No. 7, jockey Paul King, 55kg)
Dream Of Glory (Oasis Dream/Maxi Dress) two-year-old filly. Dream Of Glory is feeling very well in herself heading into her debut and her main gallop on Tuesday was strong, sharp work. She seems a happy and content filly at present, she is thriving in her work and we think she will be very competitive on Saturday with further improvement to come with the added fitness and experience under her belt. Each way chance.

ABATHA (Race 2, 12:19PM, 1400M, No. 1, jockey Koby Jennings, 58kg)
Abatha (Redoute's Choice/Princess Coup) four-year-old mare. Abatha has shown good improvement since her first up run and the step up in trip will do her wonders. She is fit and feeling well, she looks a picture of health and we're expecting a much improved run on Saturday. Each way chance.

ECHO MELODY (Race 2, 12:19PM, 1400M, No. 4, jockey Keagan Latham, 58kg)
Echo Melody (More Than Ready/Lovemelikearock) four-year-old mare. Echo Melody will get over ground in time but she is going through her grades nicely and she is certainly forward enough to see out a strong 1400 metres on Saturday. Each way chance.

SCARLETT ROUGE (Race 2, 12:19PM,1400M, No. 8, jockey Paul King, 58kg)
Scarlett Rouge (Exceed And Excel/Cinq Rouge) three-year-old filly. Scarlett Rouge has taken an age to get to the races but the day has finally come and we are really pleased with how she is heading into her debut. She is still a touch big in condition but the run will do her wonders in regards to her fitness and we're expecting her to be competitive with further improvement to come from the run. Strong each way chance.

SHACKLETON (Race 4, 1:32PM, 1200M, No. 2, jockey Koby Jennings, 59kg)
Shackleton (Fastnet Rock/Wiener) three-year-old colt. The colt couldn't be going better heading into Saturday. He looks sensational both in his condition and muscle tone and it looks a very winnable race on paper. He will put in big run, hopefully breaking his maiden as he aims for bigger and better targets this campaign. Excellent winning chance.

ALU ALU (Race 8, 4:09PM, 1200M, No. 5, jockey Keagan Latham, 59kg)
Alu Alu (Not A Single Doubt/Montecatini) five-year-old gelding.
Alu Alu is a very sound and happy horse at present. He will take plenty of improvement from tomorrow's run but with that being said, he's in great order, his work on the track has been consistent and we expect him to be competitive tomorrow. Each way chance.


Rail Position: Out 5m Entire Circuit

BLACKMAKER (Race 6, 2:50PM, 1617M, No. 3, jockey Beau Mertens, 59kg)
Blackmaker (Redoute's Choice/Black Mamba) four-year-old gelding. Blackmaker has done a treat since his first up run and he has shown very good improvement since. He will appreciate the step up to the mile on Sunday where he can take advantage of the slower tempo and we're expecting him to be right there in the finish as he goes through his grades this campaign. Strong each way chance.