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Trainer John Salanitri chases wet tracks in Sydney

Trainer John Salanitri has his eyes on some targets in Sydney.

Trainer John Salanitri has his eyes on some targets in Sydney. Source: News Limited

THE John Salanitri stable is looking to Sydney for heavy tracks in the weeks to come for several members of their team.

On Wednesday, To Be Honest made it consecutive city wins at Ballarat when she won the 1600m mares race.

Assistant trainer Frank Salanitri said To Be Honest would run at Randwick on Saturday week, hoping to get a heavy track.

“We’ve got 14 wet-trackers but they can’t run at Caulfield or Flemington because the tracks there with their great drainage are usually good ones even at this time of the year,” he said.

Winners club
TO BE HONEST (Blks)
6 year old bay mare (12-11-2008) Sire: Bel Esprit Dam: Miss Lardydar (Cossack Warrior) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Mr F P Salanitri
Owners: F P Salanitri, A Capaldi, D McAleer, R Hayden, M Caskey, K Gray, C Keating, J Cugliari, Ms S Chapman & G Osbrough
Colours: White, Royal Blue Crossed Sashes, Checked Sleeves, Checked Cap
Trainer: John Salanitri (Caulfield)     Jockey: Michael Dee 56kg (a2)      Barrier:2
Record: 39:8-3-4     Prizemoney:$151,550    1st Up: 5:1-0-0    2nd Up: 5:1-0-1
Track: 3:1-0-0     Dist: 12:2-1-1     Track/Dist: 0:0-0-0     Distance(s) Won: 1400 (3), 1600 (2), 1750 (1), 1850 (1), 2000 (1)
Firm: 0:0-0-0     Good: 26:7-1-2     Soft: 9:0-2-1     Heavy: 4:1-0-1     Synthetic: 0:0-0-0
Race 4 – Sportsbet Live Racing (Bm84) – 1600m
Class: Benchmark 84. Track: Soft(6). Time: 1:40.48.
Prizemoney: $35,000 – 1st: $21,000 2nd: $6,300 3rd: $3,150.
 1 6. To Be Honest J P Salanitri M J Dee (2)
$3.75
54.0
6m   Bel Esprit x Miss Lardydar (Cossack Warrior )
Not Offered
Winning siblings: Freeze The Moment, TELL ME WHY, That’s A Given,
Previous Start: 1 – Ballarat 17/06/2015, Beyondblue (Bm84), 1400m Details
 2 0.8 10. Blendwell P G Moody Ms L J Meech (5)
$4.50
54.0
4m   Hard Spun (USA) x Bridie Belle (NZ) (Al Akbar )
Lot 571; 2012 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale Session 2
Vendor – Yarraman Park Stud, Scone
Buyer – Moody Racing Pty Ltd  $40,000
 3 0.9 8. Stylish Miss D K Weir H Coffey (4)
$5.50
52.5
4m   Rakti (GB) x I’m All Class (Regal Classic (CAN) )
Not Offered
 4 1.1 1. Distant Dreams D K Weir Jordan Childs (8)
$8
58.0
5m   Shamardal (USA) x Miss Chaski (USA) (Gone West (USA) )
 5 2.4 7. Shadow Of The Mist L and T Corstens C Newitt (1)
$21
54.0
4m   Dane Shadow x Euchre (Final Card )
 6 4.4 4. Let’s Be A Star J A McLean Ms J Beriman (3)
$5
55.5
6m   Zenno Rob Roy (JPN) x Bling Bling (NZ) (Le Destin (FR) )
 7 6.6 5. Danish Whiskey M C Kent D Dunn (7)
$9
56.0
6m   Dane Shadow x Davone Pheroz (Sea Road )
 8 7.4 2. Aliyana (NZ) D K Weir Jye Mc Neil (9)
$31
56.0
6m   Zabeel (NZ) x Tina Temple (NZ) (Diamond Express (NZ) )
 9 13.4 3. Bonne Nuit B R Fox Katelyn Mallyon (6)
$41
56.5
6m   Ne Coupez Pas (USA) x Demarco Miss (Woodman (USA) )

RETIREMENT FOR MIRACLES

FAN favourite Miracles Of Life has been retired.

Miracles Of Life won the hearts of Australian racing fans when, as a two-year-old, she won the Blue Diamond Stakes for Adelaide trainer Daniel Clarken and jockey Lauren Stojakovic.

As a four-year-old mare, she joined the stables of Peter and Paul Snowden and found form again, culminating in her win in the Group 1 Robert Sangster Stakes in Adelaide at her last start.

Miracles Of Life was a favourite with punters. Picture: Mark Dadswell

Miracles Of Life was a favourite with punters. Picture: Mark Dadswell Source: News Corp Australia

STABLE STICKS WITH SIRE

JOHN McArdle loves Tasmanian sire Savoire Vivre and on Wednesday trained another winner by him — filly Grisbi’s Run in the 1000m two-year-old race at Ballarat.

McArdle said his stable had had success with horses by Savoire Vivre including Methuselah, Who’s Your Daddy and Trouble In Vegas.

He paid $30,000 for the filly at the Tasmanian Yearling Sales — the most expensive paid for a Savoire Vivre, until McArdle and syndicator Rob Slade paid $100,000 for a colt who is a three-quarter brother to The Cleaner.

KIWI STAR GOES TO HONKERS

TOP-class Kiwi three-year-old Werther has been sold to Hong Kong in a deal believed to be worth $1 million.

Werther, who was trained by Andrew Campbell, will join the stables of Gary Moore and is being set for next year’s Hong Kong Derby.

TOP HOOPS DRAW BLANK

NO movement in the ­Melbourne jockeys’ premiership on Wednesday.

Craig Williams, who missed Ballarat because of suspension, is in front on 50 winners with Dwayne Dunn, who drew a blank, on 49 and Damien Oliver, who missed because of illness, on 48.

Originally published as Salanitri chases wet tracks up north

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Posted July 2, 2015 by belesprit09 in Uncategorized

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