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Flemington Jumpouts Friday August 5 - The best horses to follow for the Spring Carnival

  • We take a look at all 14 jumpouts from Flemington 
  • We've found six horses to follow into the Spring Carnival 
Heatherly

Despite it being the middle of winter, the stars of the turf have started to step out. The Flemington jumpouts on Friday August 4 featured stars aplenty and multiple Group One winners. 

The Stars included Hartnell, Redkirk Warrior, Vega Magic, Sheidel and Oscietra. We take a look at the 14 jumpouts and give our blackbookers and best horses to follow. 

Jump Out 1 - 800m 47.06sec

The first jumpout of the morning was barely visible due the heavy fog. HEATHERLY won by approximately four lengths ahead of the Lindsay Park galloper REDKIRK WARRIOR. The Godolphin runner HARTNELL finished in third. Trainer James Cummings made the trip down from Sydney to take a look at his star galloper. The newly appointed Godolphin trainer was not disappointed. "He was lovely and strong through the line," Cummings said. "He was sprightly and happy within himself so he's right where we want him."




Jump Out 3 - 800m 48.67sec 

All eyes were on the Goodwood Handicap winner VEGA MAGIC for the Lindsay Park team in this jumpout. The Five-year-old Gelding was on speed and travelled four-five horses away from the fence as they straightened. He was untested to the line finishing a close up second to the Chris Waller-trained O’RACHAEL who was hard held and extremely impressive in victory. One for the blackbook. 




Jump Out 6 - 800m 50.44sec

The obvious concern from this jumpout is the slow time compared to the previous two we’ve looked at. SHEIDEL again for the Lindsay Park team was the feature runner. He jumped brilliantly and took control. He was never asked for an effort and won impressively. HOLOGRAM ran second for James Cummings. I can’t find any record of this horse which would mean it is an unraced horse. If that is the case It’s a clear blackbook, as Hologram looked to be go going better than its stablemate TARQUIN.




Jump Out 11 - 800m 49.94sec 

The daughter of Black Caviar OSCIETRA went around in this jumpout for the Hayes&Dabernig team. The three-year-old Filly was having her second jumpout and is nearing a return. The most impressive thing about Oscietra was her controlled speed. In her first start up the Flemington straight she was too quick for her own good and it proved her undoing. In this jumpout Luke Nolen allowed the Filly to settle on pace, with the Godolphin horse VIKING RAID on her outside. Both were hard held to the line, with Viking Raid just edging out Oscietra to the post. 




Jump Out 12 - 800m 49.54sec

Again it was the Lindsay Park team that dominated Jumpout number 12. They had PLUTOCRACY and MURAAQEB engaged. Both showed plenty of ability in their first preparation and showed that again in this jumpout, running the quinella. Despite only having had two starts, Plutocracy looked very professional, jumping well, hugging the rails to record a two-length victory over Muraaqeb. Happy to take the winner from this jumpout. 




Jump Out 13 - 800m 49.33sec

RED IS THE ROSE for David Hayes and Tom Dabernig won her Maiden impressively at Sandown in the Autumn before being thrown in the deep end next start. The Group Two Kewney Stakes. She led on a leader's track so the two length margin might be flattering, however a fourth behind I Am A Star, Ellicazoom and and Keneda speaks for itself. She had a fair bit on these and looks to have comeback in sound order. One I want to be follow in her upcoming preparation. 



Blackbookers: 

Jumpout 1 - HEATHERLY 
Jumpout 3 - O’RACHAEL
Jumpout 6 - SHEIDEL 
Jumpout 6 - HOLOGRAM
Jumpout 12 - PLUTOCRACY 
Jumpout 13 - RED IS THE ROSE

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Flemington Jumpouts Friday August 5 - The best horses to follow for the Spring Carnival

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