Trackwork Friday 24 June 2016
Paul King’s best of the morning was Balboa Park (Thorn Park x Lady Harriet) who worked stylishly over 1200m coming home his last 200m in 11.2 seconds. Paul pointed out that the gelding was ‘terrific all the way and quickened nicely when asked.’
‘A lovely horse who knows exactly what to do’ is how Rachel King described the stayer Dee I Cee (Istidaad x Smashed All Night) this morning. The gelding worked over 1200m at three-quarter pace and he looks to have comeback in terrific order.
Adam Hyeronimus described Madrid (Medaglia D'oro x Miss Portofino) as ‘a nice horse with a lovely action.’ The colt worked with two highly credentialed stablemates over 800m at full speed and he looked great in doing so.
Aberdeen (Dream Ahead x Maimuna) ‘relaxed early and went through his gears well’ according to Paul. The gelding worked over 800m at three-quarter pace and he looks to be coming up well.
Gabriel (Lonhro x Messenger) and Indian Mutiny (Sepoy x Galileo's Daughter) made a great pair and worked well together this morning over 800m at full speed. The two boys flew home their last 200m in 11.3 seconds in what was a scintillating effort.
Adam’s best two-year-old was Polar Star (Lonhro x Polar Success) who worked brilliantly over 1000m coming home his last 200m in 11.0 seconds. Adam mentioned that the colt ‘really quickened well and balanced nicely.’ This son of Lonhro is coming along nicely and he is improving with every gallop.
‘Felt good – sped up nicely’ is what Chris Caserta said about his best of the morning Double Dux (Exceed And Excel x Quack It). The colt worked over 1000m coming home his last 200m in 11.8 seconds and he is all set to really step up his work on his way to his racetrack debut.
Paul King’s best of the morning was Balboa Park (Thorn Park x Lady Harriet) who worked stylishly over 1200m coming home his last 200m in 11.2 seconds.
Rachel King’s best of the morning was Al Nader (Al Maher x Nawadder) who worked over 1200m coming home his last 200m in 11.4 seconds.
Two resuming stayers Greatwood (Manduro x Gaze) and Dee I Cee (Istidaad x Smashed All Night) worked together this morning and they made a great pair.
Tim Clark mentioned that the progressive gelding Al Nader (Al Maher x Nawadder) is ‘a nice horse’ and ‘he’s going very well.’
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‘Very laid back – ready to trial’ is what Steve O’Halloran said about the quality gelding Al Nader (Al Maher x Nawadder) this morning.