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Hawkesbury R1 #7 Madam legend $2.00
This three-year-old filly finds a very winnable maiden here. Her 3rd on debut was a good effort considering she was stuck wide for the trip and didn’t find much cover. She managed to fight on and was only beaten 1.65 lengths by Sally’s Day. To give further merit to the run, the race was run with a very fast early tempo and was an overall fast time for maiden class. At her second career start she again contested a fast run maiden and bumped into Brandenburg, a recent Group 2 winner. The recent trial suggests she has come back well and the horse who was ridden very hard to win the trial, Seventh Seal, won yesterday.
Hawkesbury R4 #13 Pizzly $2.30
This three-year-old filly has her hoof right on the till. All her starts to date have been full of merit and she looks to be working up to a win at her fourth start. In her first preparation she found the opposition a bit too speedy, coming off the bit early over the 1100m distance but still battled away to hold on without dropping out. With the preparation under the belt she looks to have come back stronger. Last start over the 1200m she had enough natural speed to take up the running and only found one better late. The form from that race has since been franked with the 4th placed horse, Twice As Special, subsequently winning.
Werribee R3 #3 Gaucho $2.95
This son of Toronado trialled well at Geelong. He went to the line there with Patrick Payne’s galloper Let’s Get Tramped who subsequently won his maiden on debut. Following in-behind was Dune Field who has since put together two wins on the trot. On debut he went to the front but was found wanting in the straight over the 1300m. He did still manage to finish alongside Fort Wayne who has since won impressively. Second start he only found one better when collared late by the winner. He should give a good sight again here with a soft lead in front.