PUBLISHED : Sunday, 20 June, 2004, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 20 June, 2004, 12:00am

RACE ONE, RATED 55-35 (C4), 1,800 METRES

Red Baron worked well for Shane Dye in his final 800 metres gallop when timed in 55.9 seconds. Kashmac looks fit and well and continues to show plenty of enthusiasm in general work. Sniper worked a shade better on the turf in his gallop on Thursday when clocking 49.9 and working more impressively than his stablemate. Premier Cru looks in better condition now and has clearly taken his last run (May 16) very well.

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

Native Language caught the eye in a dirt trial on June 11. He has worked promisingly since joining Caspar Fownes. Turf Gold was an impressive winner of a qualifying trial on June 6. He has shown enough potential to be competitive on debut. King Of Garoupa worked nicely for Douglas Whyte on Friday when timed in 1:26.6 over 1,200 metres.

RACE THREE, RATED 100-80 (C2), 1,400 METRES

Kingston Winner has only had one easy 400 metres breeze since his run on June 9 but looks close to peak fitness now. Byron has worked in an excellent manner since his all-weather trial on June 1. He looks fit and well. Floral Dynamite continues to impress and his work out of the gates on Thursday when clocking 21.9 was solid. Monards has worked positively since his last run on June 9.

RACE FOUR, RATED 60-40 (C4), 1,600 METRES

Ball Of Fire worked very well when jumping out of the gates on Thursday, clocking a hard-held 23.4. Silverbird was given a testing final gallop from Felix Coetzee and clocked a final 400 metres in 21.9, coming through it well. Sweet Smile looks fit and well and his work since his last run (May 26) has been faultless. Desert Strike appears to be holding his condition and his work in general has been sound.

RACE FIVE, RATED 60-40 (C4), 1,200 METRES

For Your Eyes Only has been working well for some time. His final 800 metres gallop (56.0) was no exception. Add The Fun has improved further since his debut on May 22 and a bold showing is expected. Shogun looks fit and well, his recent racing has him solid in condition. Tabbris looks in fabulous order and has been working steadily since his last outing.

RACE SIX, RATED 80-60 (C3), 1,200 METRES

Majestic Feeling was an impressive winner of an all-weather trial on June 11. His work in general has been top notch. Super Prince had excuses last start and worked with plenty of zest in his final 800 metres gallop (51.0). All Fit has worked positively in a series of gallops and remains in tip-top condition. Billet Express remains in good shape and can improve.

RACE SEVEN, RATED 75-55 (C3), 1,800 METRES

Perpetual Pleasure worked in a sterling manner when jumping out of the gates on Friday, clocking 22.8. Wise Choice displayed a little more zest in his workout on Friday when timed at 51.0 over 800 metres. Dr Well remains in tip-top shape after his five-length win last start at Sha Tin. Stoic worked steadily in his turf gallop earlier this week and remains in good order.

RACE EIGHT, RATED 90-70 (C2), 1,600 METRES

Dave's Best looks fitter now and has worked well since his last run on May 26. Flying Bishop displayed plenty of enthusiasm in his 800 metres (56.4) workout on Thursday. Chinsola has trimmed down since his latest outing (June 6) and can improve. Tom's First has worked with promise in a series of gallops and looks in superb order.

RACE NINE, RATED 110-85 (C1), 1,600 METRES

Perfect Partner followed a positive effort in an all-weather trial on June 11 with an excellent turf gallop on Thursday. He was timed at 47.7 for 800 metres down the back straight under Patrick Payne and could not be faulted. John Size has worked Liberal's Choice in a series of gallops over the past month and he's worked stylishly. Famous Dancer is fitter now and looks all the better for his first-up run. Vengeance Of Rain looks closer to peak condition and his work has picked up a notch.

RACE 10, RATED 80-60 (C3), 1,400 METRES

Lucky Marauding has worked superbly in a series of gallops and is primed to run well. Belgrave has displayed potential in his work and trials and can prove competitive on debut. Green Treasure worked in a sterling manner in his final 1,200 metres gallop when clocking 1:21.2. Aurelian remains in good order and his work in general has been solid.



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