John tends to specialise at the short end of the market but recent wins of $9.10 and yesterday $6.30 show that it’s not always a shorty that pops up although these are inevitable. After all if John sees what he considers a good bet then other form analysts have seen it too. When a horse with limited starts is tried with a gear change for the first time, then you know they have already trialled with that gear and in work has done the job and yes, we would agree that in an actual race that will be a test but if connections have agreed to it then a little faith in the process can be rewarded.
One of our Gold Club runners played up holy hell first up and it wasnt the first time. A year or so ago she raced in a Group 3 before a big crowd, yes precovid, and had run her race before they started finishing 2nd last. She is excited to race but gets over excited so the decision was made to out ear muffs on to cut out some of that external noise until it is time to load. So last start, even though 2nd up, was a big improvement, only going down by 1.7 lengths. At Kembla this Saturday she will be 3rd up, although if we are honest, it is a much tougher field going from a Benchmark 64 to a 68 and a full field. Luck will play a part.
Today we are having our airconditioning fixed. Lucky the past month has been mild but I haven’t been able to work in my office past midday. Seven meetings today so plenty of action for you.
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