IN Racing
Trackwork 30 January
January 30, 2024



COURSE PROPER:             SOFT                     MARKERS:           20M

Time honours of the morning went to Shamus and Ladies Man. They ran a strong 1000, the last 600 in 36.8. The only other gallops to break 37 seconds for the last 600 were stable mates Sumi and

Loch in Ora, who took 36.9 at the completion of 1000m. All four horses worked attractively.


Oso Savvy and Go You Good Thing ran 1400m, home in 37.2. This was a solid effort. Oso Savvy will jump out soon, prior to a return to the races.


Tokyo Hot Night and Za Spirit worked keenly over 1000, the last 600 in 37.2


The Fearless One and Shameless Boy worked over 1200m, the last 600 in 38.1. The Fearless One may start on Saturday.


Tanzanite Rose worked 1000m in the company of Boston Strong Boy who is now in the Patterson barn. They ran the last 600 in 40.8, well held.


Sindee and El Jay Cee went keenly over 1000m, sprinting the last 600 in a slick 37.0. This was a good effort.


Arcachon and Bella Timing also impressed over 1000m, the last 600 in 37.3


Tshiebwe and Explosive Impact worked away from 1400m, speeding up to run the last 600 in 37.4.


Malachy and Terra Pretta were locked together over 1000m, home in 37.2. Terra Pretta continues to impress.


Transzed and an un-named El Roca from the Wheeler stable ran 800, the last 600 in 37.1. It was a good effort for maidens.


Islington Lass and Tavattack were well held over 1000, the last 600 in 40.9. They were keen to go faster.


Testify Me impressed  when galloping 1000 in company with Leave A Light On, home in 37.4


So Solly and Hilary Banks worked an even 1000m, home in 37.9


Kay’s Ruebe and an un named Puccini from the Revell stable ran a slick 1000m, the last 600 in 37.2

Kay’s Ruebe ran fourth in it’s only start and may step up to black type this Saturday on her home track.


Mary Louise and Nom De Plume worked evenly over 1000m, home in 38.5 Both look in great condition.


Puntura has been the real find of the season and heads to Otaki in a fortnight for another Group 1.


Bought to you by Denis Wheeler Earthmoving Taranaki Cup this Saturday.