The curator told Sky Radio in the morning that the track that it “just” ‘8 heavy’.
To my eye, the track played more like a heavy 10 plus, and the times back this up, which again is a touch disappointing considering that while it did rain during the week, the amount of mm’s that landed on Rosehill should not have put the track in the heavy 10 range. Another example of how tracks in Sydney in this era can’t cope with rain. Continue reading “Rosehill Saturday 8 September 2018”
I thoroughly enjoyed the meeting on the Kenso track on Wednesday. The ‘Kenso’ or Kensington track, is the inner track at Randwick. It has almost become a novel event to race there these days, whereas from 1996 to 2014, racing was common on the inner track. But over the last few years, the track has undergone a redevelopment and although we have only had two meetings back on the Kenso, I am very happy with the way the track is coming up. Continue reading “Kensington 5 September 2018”
It was a great day at Randwick with the track very well producing good times.
No doubt the times were help by a tail wind in the straight.
Perhaps late in the day, the rail became the place to be, but an even track with just the slightest advantage to the fastest horse who can find the fence in my book, is the perfect surface. Continue reading “Randwick 1 September 2018”