Our Black Book: Horses You Must Follow From Caulfield 3/2
February 6, 2024
Our analyst has reviewed the sectional times, ratings & replays from last Saturday’s Caulfield meeting & has placed five horses you must follow in our black book below.
She lost the race in the early stages as she didn’t begin well and was also bumped at the start. As a result she settled in a race which developed into a sprint home. She had a lot to give but was held up in the straight between the 300m and the 150m. She recorded the 13th fastest last 400 metres for the day in running on to finish fourth. She has another win coming.
He’s a horse on the up. He had to work early to gain a forward spot and on a day which favoured horses near the fence he was able to rally and defeat British Columbia who had the fence. He was strong after the line and he’s looking for 2000 metres.
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Nothing went right for him in the straight as he was held up for a run for its entirety. There was nothing Luke Currie could do except take his medicine. He was traveling well and poised to have gone close if he had of secured a run. He can win again this preparation.
It’s no surprise Ciaron Maher has been spruiking the virtues of this ex Kiwi as he’s a horse who can measure up to his name. He ran a fast time winning first-up over 1400 metres despite missing the start and being eased down to win. He received an All-Star Mile wildcard and he’s a horse who should belong at that level. Maher’s other option is to try and win a Doncaster Mile with a light-weight.