Trackwork Monday 24 October 2016
Fat Chap (High Chaparral/Fatoon) was Paul’s best of the morning when galloping over 1400 metres. The son of High Chaparral will be returning to the barrier trials in the coming weeks with Paul reporting, “It was nice work, he is very fluent in his action and pulled up with a little in reserve.”
Johan was on board Diamond Meteor (Northern Meteor/Lady Cat) when working over 1000 metres this morning. With a little more fitness under her belt, the mare will be ready to take up a barrier trial engagement with Johan commenting, “She has a lovely attitude, moves very well and worked nicely.”
Steve’s best of the morning was Penske (Sebring/Princess Natural) who is coming to hand nicely since returning to Tulloch Lodge. After working over 1200 metres at three quarter pace, Steve commented, “He worked well and is gradually increasing his fitness levels.”
Another colt a couple of weeks away from a trial is Preferito (Choisir/Cariad). After working the son of Choisir over 1200 metres Steve commented, “He is doing everything right at this stage and will improve from this morning’s gallop.”
Paul partnered Kontiki Dane (Danewin/Eebee Pop) over 1200 metres at three quarter pace this morning and the filly put in a really pleasing display. She is still a couple of weeks away from a barrier trial this preparation, yet Paul reported, “She worked nicely and is progressing well.”
Adam’s best of the morning was Kingston (Arlington/My Pirouette) who went three quarter pace over 1000 metres. The gelding is going through his paces at this early stage with Adam reporting, “He put in a strong piece of work and is building on his fitness nicely."
Fat Chap (High Chaparral/Fatoon) was Paul’s best of the morning when galloping over 1400 metres.
Cabeza De Vaca (Northern Meteor/ Dirty) has returned in great order and this morning he worked over 1200 metres
Slumber Party (Snitzel/Hokuspokus) has come out of her first up run in great order.
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Montreal (Lonhro/Cirque Du Soleil) was Steve’s best of the morning when working over 1200 metres.