Trackwork

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 22 May, 2004, 12:00am
UPDATED : Saturday, 22 May, 2004, 12:00am

RACE ONE, RATED 40-15 (C5), 1,400 METRES (TURF)


Albela worked strongly for Douglas Whyte earlier this week when clocking a final 400 metres in 23.7 seconds. He looks fit and well. Sparkle has worked positively since his run on April 28 and can improve. Burst To Victory displayed plenty of enthusiasm in his only gallop and looks close to peak condition. Amour has picked up the quality of his work.


RACE TWO, RATED 60-40 (C4), 1,000 METRES (TURF)


All Fit hasn't put a foot wrong since winning earlier this month. His overall work has been solid. Fashion Jewellery has impressed in his work and trials and looks good enough to win on debut. Add The Fun has shown potential in his work but leaves the impression he will need the experience. Handbag Fortune looks fit and well and moved stylishly in his 400 metres (24.7) breeze.


RACE THREE, RATED 60-40 (C4), 1,400 METRES (TURF)


Sand Dance looks in peak condition and his final 800 metres gallop timed in 55.2 was excellent. Star Of Lihlin now looks close to peak condition and his work since his run on April 25 has been sound. The Only One is taking his racing extremely well. His work has been faultless. Joywin Combination has shown potential in his work and trials and a decent performance is expected.


RACE FOUR, RATED 60-40 (C4), 1,400 METRES (TURF)


Happy Kid won a turf trial over 1,000 metres earlier this month and his work since then has shown further progress. Dragon Stride has been freshened up for this outing. He worked well on the riverside when clocking 45.3. Ball Of Fire jumped out of the gates on Thursday on the all-weather and worked in a steady manner. Buddies Spirit continues to impress in general work.


RACE FIVE, RATED 60-35 (C4), 1,650 METRES (DIRT)


Kiwi Dash worked home strongly in a dirt trial on May 14. He looks in tip-top shape. Wadadelight looks fit and well and his work since his last win has been very good. Sheriff Bamboo moved well in his only gallop since his last run on May 12. Golden Maple is thriving in his work and caught the eye in a sterling piece of work when jumping out of the gates on Thursday.


RACE SIX, RATED 80-55 (C3), 2,000 METRES (DIRT)


Pretty Trio remains in peak condition and his light work schedule since his last run (May 8) has been all that he requires. Temmoku hit the line nicely in an all-weather trial on May 8. He looks fit and well. Pacific Alliance has worked in a faultless manner in a series of gallops since his latest outing (May 5). Explosive Power worked well over 800 metres (53.4) in his final gallop and he looks in good order.


RACE SEVEN, OPEN (G2), 1,600 METRES (TURF)


Bull's Eye moved nicely in a dirt trial on May 11. His riverside gallop on Thursday confirmed a good performance in the trial. Very little separated Firebolt and Ho Choi in their final gallops, the pair clocking 49.9 seconds over 800 metres. Both horses looks in great shape. Visorhill was relatively impressive when winning a dirt trial earlier this week. Electronic Unicorn is fitter now and looks primed to run well.


RACE EIGHT, RATED 100-80 (C2), 1,200 METRES (DIRT)


Ferrule displayed improvement in a dirt trial earlier this week, his best work in some time. Our Class worked in a superb manner when jumping out of the gates on Thursday. Sparky looks fit and well and indicated in a recent trial that he is fighting fit. Kingston Winner is fitter now. Cop Hill Lad displayed a fraction of improvement in his final gallop over 400 metres (23.7) and can improve.


RACE NINE, RATED 75-55 (C3), 1,400 METRES (TURF)


Southern Light has worked well in a series of gallops and looks primed to run well. Majestic Feeling is going from strength to strength in his work and looks in peak condition. Master Ying worked reasonably well on the riverside earlier this week when timed in 52.5. Whata Feeling looks in tremendous condition and has worked positively well since his run on May 1.


RACE TEN, RATED 80-60 (C3), 1,600 METRES (TURF)


Lucky King has done well since joining Danny Shum Chap-shing and his general work continues to impress. Agility looks in tip-top shape and his final 1,200 metres (1:23.5) was sound work. Five Grains appears to be holding his condition and remains in good order. Lucky Sixer worked quite well on the riverside earlier this week and has won when fresh in the past.


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