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Trial Review: Horses You Must Follow From The Trials Over The Past Week 22/5

May 22, 2020

Trial Review: Horses You Must Follow From The Trials Over The Past Week 22/5
Dean Watling has taken a look back over the trials of the past week and a half, reviewing the replays and times to come up with eleven horses to follow first up and through their prep.

Grenado – Rosehill 19/5/20

A Chris Waller-trained Pierro colt who has now made the move down the NSW after a disappointing debut in QLD.

He stalked the hot speed set by a tear-away leader but wasn’t asked for much of an effort and extended sharply late to make up some nice ground. He has progressed nicely between trials.

L600 – 34.69 over the 900m was a top-end time on the morning.

When To Bet

He can win on debut but with so often the case with Waller-trained horses he will progress through his prep. Look for significant market support on return which will tell us his ready to go first up.


Voila – Rosehill 19/5/20

Cracking mare with a solid turn of foot which is a huge attribute. She is now a 4yo and finished off her last prep with a great win.

She closed under light riding along the fence in what was a sharp piece of work. She loves all conditions and looks to have come back even better this prep.

She is perfectly suited for the Sydney winter.

When To Bet

She boasts a nice first-up record without winning but can change that this time around. 1100 – 1200m is her go with a nice solid tempo and a barrier where she maps midfield.






In Lighten Me – Rosehill 19/5/20

A hidden trial by the Gerald Ryan mare after a solid prep last time around.

She was taken back to past midfield but once she balanced up was able to close with intent. Dolan was hanging on for dear life and didn’t give the mare any rein.

Liked the way she closed and wanted to attack the line, very good signs leading into the prep.

When To Bet

First and Second up are her go. Fast tempo with a track your able to make solid ground. The barrier is key, need her mapping midfield. Look for a nice push from the yard.


Snazz ’N’ Charm – Rosehill 19/5/20

Matthew Dunn trained 3yo Snitzel gelding. He placed in hot maiden with the form out of that race reaching group races.

He was urged alone in the straight with huge ground to makeup, I was impressed in the manner he responded to medium riding quickly making up the ground and extenuating away.

He looks to have returned this prep in a great manner.

When To Bet

Sprint distance with a moderate to fast tempo speed. He can settle in behind the pace or midfield. Look for a push from the yard and market support.


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