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Herald Sun Form Guide : March 28th 2009
heraldsun.com.au Caulfield TODAY PROS TALKING Lisa Eskander BOOKMAKER GOINGSPENDING (Caul R7 No. 9) Has a great record at the track and distance, and they have used a very clever claim to get in with only 50kgs. Each way, all day with that weight. Robert Smerdon TRAINER I’MASMARTYPANTS(Caul R1 No. 5): She’s had a couple of trials and is pretty forward going into this. She has a good barrier and with G. Boss on she should run well. LIGHT VISION (Caul R3 No. 2): I’m thinking the handicapper has probably got hold of him. He’s taken good improvement from his first-up run and I the signs are there he will run a better race. TESTAMARRIAGE(Caul R5 No. 9): She’s new to the stable. Her work has been encouraging and if she can bring her best Tassie form over she should run well. Heath Connors TRAINER TRESOR(Caul R4 No. 8): Last run was very good, she had to get going earlier than we would have liked because of the way the race panned and that took its toll. She has worked really well during the week and we think she’ll go very well. CHASM(Rosehill R6 No. 3): His work this week has easily been the best of his career. He has worked sensationally. Hasn’t had a lot of luck in two Sydney runs and we’re hoping he can win and secure a spot in the Doncaster Handicap. HOT JOCKS FLEMINGTON SKIDDAWPEAK(Caul R6 No. 10): Trained on nicely since his sound first-up run and covered 1200m in 1min24.6sec and his final 400m in 25.8 on Thursday morning. Good each-way chance. Class counts: Zipping today makes his first appearance out of Group company for three years. TRACK: Good 3 PENETROMETER: 5.11 RAIL: out 10m LAST MEETING: out 7m LAST TIME OUT 10m: Dec. 6 RAINFALL: 3mm for week IRRIGATION for week: 16mm RADAR: clear 1 MIDNIGHT OIL 4 with TIM HABEL RAVISHING REWARD (6) is a smart mare resuming. She won first-up last spring and went on ON Exposed form I’M SMARTY PANTS (5) looks the one to beat. Her spring placings behind Rostova and Corsaire read extra well. Obvious watch on the five unnraced, notably the only public trialler MY GIRL HELEN (6) who comfortably beat home I’m Smarty Pants, minus her blinkers, in a recent Cranbourne trial win. Interestingly both have been reserved for this from Moonee Valley last night. KWASSA KWASSA (2) is a dual city winner resuming and won on debut at Moonee Valley. ON PACERS: Insufficient exposed form SWOOPERS: Insufficient exposed form 2 JET-setting Glen Boss has a full book of eight rides at Caulfield today to be second favourite in the TAB jockey’s challenge. The in-form Boss had a busy day yesterday riding at the trials in Sydney in the morning, Albury in the afernoon and then Moonee Valley last night. THE MARKET $2.50 $3.20 $3.40 $13.00 $17.00 $18.00 $21.00 $23.00 Dean Holland Glen Boss Brenton Avdulla Ibrahim Gundogdo Any other indiv. jockey Ben Melham Steven Arnold Chris Symons Cup placegetter but has 60kg. He was expected to do better when fifth in the Blamey on his favoured soft ground. SANDHILL PRINCE (5) and RAFFAELLO ((9) are capable gallop- ers dropping in weight from last start wins. Sandhill Prince drops 2kg on a game last start Moonee Valley with after the claim. RAFFAELLO (9) was impressive at Sandown and drops 5kg. ON PACERS: Light Vision SWOOPERS:C’est La Guerre, Sand- hill Prince, Raffaello SUGGESTED BET: Box quinellas 1, 5, 9 3 SUGGESTED BET: Box quinellas 2, 5, 6. Adelaide last time. She’s a notch above regulation Saturday class and with the claim should win again. YOUTHFUL HIGH (1) looks the leader and is down in class from Group races at her past two starts. CAMEO MINX (6) is a lightly raced mare on the up who bolted in under lights last time. ON PACERS: Youthful High SWOOPERS: Miss Maren, Arclase, Golden Charmer, Cameo Minx SUGGESTED BET: Miss Maren straight out, exactas 2 from 1, 6. THIS race is a question of weight or the class factor. C’EST LA GUERRE (1) is a Melbourne MISS MAREN (2) overcame a troubled passage to get clear late and win in stakes class in to beat Flying Ruby here. For a sprint race there is not a lot of obvious speed and she’s a backmarker who needs to angle away from the rails draw but with any luck will take holding off. TRESOR (8) ran on gamely here last week in similar grade. JOYEUESE (1) is better suited back to 1200m. QUIZZICAL LADY (2) is an interesting newcomer to Peter Morgan’s yard. Her latest form is ordinary but she’s very good fresh and is a stakes winner in Brisbane. ON PACERS: Quizzical Lady SWOOPERS: Joyeuse, Quizzical Lad, Already Got It, Ravishing Re- ward, Tresor, Moylan SUGGESTED BET: Ravishing Re- ward each-way 5 A HOST of chances in a strong three year-old race. VELOCI- TEA (2) was impressive in a mid-week Sandown win and has a Group placing here behind Damselfly and Impressive Eagle which is great form for this. ZAROCK (2), BUBBLE BELOW (6) and WARM WHISPERS (13) among other chances. Zarock is speedy and will give a good sight again after a win down the straight. Bubble Act chased home subsequent Group 1 winner Typhoon Tracy here two runs back and has been fresh- ened since going to 1500m. WARM WHISPERS (13) can improve on her straight run last time. At her only run around a turn she finished hard to win on debut at Moonee Valley. ON PACERS: Zarock, Reconcntrate SWOOPERS: Sienna’s Fury, Veloci- tea, Bubble Act, Sensational Report, Warm Whispers SUGGESTED BET: Velocitea each- way THE BANKERS ON CLASS: MISS MAREN (Rce 2 No 2) ON PRECEDENT: LET LOUSHE (Race 7 No 5) ON POTENTIAL: HAWKS BAY (Race 8 No 3) $50 FLEXI QUADDIE FOR 23.14%: 2. 3, 6, 12, 13, 16/1, 3, 4, 6, 10, 11/5/1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 (4) from their recent Flemington clash. Falaise gets the rails while Pinnacles, who is flying, goes from the inside to 15, a treacherous draw at Caulfield 1400m. ZIPPING (1) is the class runner who has won with 59.5kg. This is his first start out of Group company for three years so has to be respected. Watch runners are MOLOTOV (11) who won over 1400m last February when first-up nd is now with Jim Conlan and HIGH CEE (6) who worked home well enough over 1000m first-up and won the Ajax Stakes on this day in Sydney two years ago. ON PACERS: Skiddaw Peak, Sound Journey 6 SWOOPERS: Zipping, Falaise, Pin- nacles, High Cee, Molotov SUGGESTED BET: Falaise each- way 7 8 chased home class sprinter Lucky Secret over 1000m at Moonee Valley. Good speed here will see him swoop home and the wide draw suits. KENNY KID (8) gets a 4.5kg weight swing over the consistent HAPPY GLEN (2) from a Moonee Valley race last November and won first-up in Adelaide last campaign. Speedy SI- POWICZ (7) is racing well. ON PACERS: Poet’s Voice, Sipowicz SWOOPERS: Happy Glen, Let Loushe, Kenny The Kid SUGGESTED BET: Let Loushe straight out Estee who went on the run second in a Group 1. Blinkers go on for his first try at 2000m. COUBERTIN (4) comes through the same race, he worked to lead and battled on well. From the good draw this blueblood will relish the 2000m. STOKEHOUSE (1) can mix form but on his all-the-way win here two starts back at 1800m is well placed after the claim. Other chances include MUSICAL HIT (5), MARKUS MAXIMUS (7) and SUPREME QUALITY (8). ON PACERS: Stokehouse, Couber- tin SWOOPERS: Hawks Bay, Musical Hit, Markus Maximus, Supreme Qual- ity, Big Col SUGGESTED BET: Hawks Bay each-way HAWKS BAY (3) ran a great race in the Adelaide Guineas last time, being run down late by LET LOUSHE (5) looks well placed here. Yet to miss a place fresh and first-up last time THE barrier draw is crucial here giving the consistent FALAISE (3) the edge over PINNACLES Rod Griffiths CRANBOURNE HAPPYGLEN(Caul R7 No. 2): Worked well on Tuesday morning striding over 800m, last 400m in 25sec. Very hard to beat. Les Obriem MORNINGTON KWASSAKWASSA(Caul R1 No. 1):Comeback from break better than ever. Wednesday at Balnarring on the slow ground ran 600m in 37sec, last 400 in 24.5. Very hard to beat. HERALD SUN SUPERFORM LIFTOUT TRACK BURNERS Jim Meek CAULFIELD MARKUSMAXIMUS(Caul R8 No. 7):Amember of the powerful Peter Moody stable who looks very well. Worked well over 1600m on Tuesday morning on the steeplegrass running 1min51sec. Should give a bold showing. Warren Huntly Herald Sun, Saturday, March 28, 2009 49 + www.tab.com.au The BIG6 will operate on the following meetings. Caulfield gallops: Race 3: 1.50. (Leg 1) Race 4: 2.30. (Leg 2) Race 5: 3.10. (Leg 3) Race 6: 3.50. (Leg 4) Race 7: 4.32. (Leg 5) Race 8: 5.12. (Leg 6) Rosehill gallops: Race 4: 2.10. (Leg 1) Race 5: 2.50. (Leg 2) Race 6: 3.30. (Leg 3) Race 7: 4.10. (Leg 4) Race 8: 4.50. (Leg 5) Race 9: 5.30. (Leg 6) Moonee Valley / Gold Coast harness:GCRace 6: 9.00. (Leg 1)MVRace 6: 9.15. (Leg 2)GC Race 7: 9.30. (Leg 3)MVRace 7: 9.45. (Leg 4)GCRace 8: 10.05. (Leg 5)MVRace 8: 10.20. (Leg 6) The Meadows greyhounds: Race 6: 8.58. (Leg 1) Race 7: 9.20. (Leg 2) Race 8: 9.42. (Leg 3) Race 9: 10.12. (Leg 4) Race 10. 10.33. (Leg 5) Race 11: 10.55. (Leg 6) GUEST TIPSTER Mark Piwkowski Programmed Maintenance Services Race6Caulfield No. 3 Falasie Race7Rosehill No. 4 Caymans +
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