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Warwick Farm: Reign forecast for Amazon

Amazon was super first-up at Rosehill behind Fiftyshadesofgrey when only getting warm late in the piece over 1200m. The step up to 1400m on Wednesday looks ideal for the daughter of War Pass and jockey Tim Clark says her work has been spot on before her second-up assignment.

Les Bridge has found an ideal race for Amazon at Warwick Farm. Picture: Jono Searle

Les Bridge has found an ideal race for Amazon at Warwick Farm. Picture: Jono Searle Source: News Limited

THE Les Bridge-trained Amazon drops back to midweek company and has taken sharp improvement into Wednesday’s Pro Ride Handicap at ­Warwick Farm.

“I rode her last Tuesday and Thursday and she felt like a much improved horse to the one I was partnering in gallops going into her first-up run,” he said.

“Because she was short of fitness, I didn’t want to push the button too early last start but you would’ve seen her get home nicely in behind them.”

Amazon drops back to a benchmark 75 handicap with 56kg on her back after resuming in a benchmark 85 handicap with 54kg.

“She does look well placed back in this race and she generally performs well in these types of races,” he said. “We’ve got a nice draw so hopefully the track is too wet and she can put another win on the board.”

Able Deed debuts in the Liverpool City Council Plate for John Sargent after three trials. The son of Stratum won his most recent hitout over 900m but still has some improvement to come.

Tim Clark will ride Amazon at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. Picture: Gregg Porteous

Tim Clark will ride Amazon at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. Picture: Gregg Porteous Source: News Corp Australia

He works a bit like a middle distance horse although he seems to be showing enough zip at the trials so the 1300m here might be fine.

He ran 41.7s for his last 600m on Saturday morning and looked pretty relaxed. In the same race, I’m Not Sure looks just about ready to peak third-up.

Kimberley Star is proving costly but continues to work well and looks suited up to the 1300m in the All Too Hard@Vinery Plate.

Her work is fairly sharp but in both her runs she hasn’t looked like she’s contained the speed necessary to win.

Sindariya hasn’t raced for more than three weeks but looks as though she’s come on from that interesting Stayers Cup at Randwick.

That was the race where Ilovethebeaches had a 120m lead on the second horse. Expect Sindariya to be much closer here in the Cellarbrations Handicap and will be suited back to 2200m.

Another horse we can expect to see some improvement from soon is Mountain View, who runs in the TAB.com.au Handicap (1400m).

Mountain View resumed over 1200m at Randwick finishing 5-1/2 lengths off the flying Alberto Magic. He then stepped up to 1400m but couldn’t run on when looking in need of the run.


BEST: KIMBERLEY STAR (Race 3, No. 10): Not going bad enough to sack but also proving costly. Step up to 1300m looks ideal after watching her race last week.

LATE SPRINTER: SHENIYAN (Race 7, No. 10): Gets back and runs on but is racing more consistently this campaign. Rail true should suit and he looks a nice each-way chance in the Get-Out Stakes.

BORN IN SPEEDOS: CONARCHIE (Race 6, No. 8) His sire, Time Thief, is starting to produce some good wet-trackers and his dam was by Zedative, a good producer of mudlarks, plus he’s one from one on the heavy.

Originally published as Reign forecast for Amazon


Posted July 1, 2015 by belesprit09 in Uncategorized

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