Hawkesbury Tips March 16

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The Bjorn Baker-trained VAN BIZ resumes here from a 10-month absence but has fresh-legs form that warrants respect. Just prior to ending her last campaign, the Written Tycoon mare was beaten a whisker when finishing second in a BM70 over 1200m on a Heavy 10 at Canterbury. Despite the conditions, she ran it out, 2.5 lengths quicker than benchmark, her last 600m, 3.2 lengths better, with both stats ranking number one here. She has trialled twice since returning to work with Jason Collett in the saddle and he remains aboard for this contest. Dropping significantly in class here, the mare is also yet to miss a podium finish on rain affected tracks, boasting four from four in the conditions. Drawn in gate three today, she maps to get the gun-run right behind the pace and should prove hard to hold out from there.

 

Third-up today, the Chris Waller-trained SELEQUE should be in peak condition now and can bounce back from her unplaced finish at Warwick Farm. First-up, the Deep Field filly led all the way to break through for her maiden win. Then last start, she fell victim to the second-up syndrome (it would appear) when finishing fifth in a Three-Year-Old Hcp over 1300m at same track. She still covered the trip, 2.7 lengths quicker than benchmark and that is the best last-start effort in this field. This Class 1 looks a little easier for her and Waller has put the blinkers back on for today’s contest. James McDonald remains aboard for the ride and drawn the fence, he will give the filly every possible chance. She looks the testing material today.

 

The James Cummings-trained PHEMONOE will relish the conditions today and looks right in the mix in this contest. Last start, the Godolphin mare was resuming from a 17-week break and although racing a little greenly, still gave a good sight, beating all but one home, beaten a head on the line, in a BM72 over 1250m at Canterbury. She covered the trip, 1.3 lengths quicker than benchmark, the best here and the only galloper to finish under benchmark in this line up. Her last 600m saw her come home 4 lengths faster than benchmark. Today, the stable have fitted blinkers for the first time. The Hallowed Crown mare draws the fence today and is joined by Christian Reith for his first ride. Placed two from two when second-up, she should be ready to rock today and the ticket in this field.

 

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