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”
Canterbury was a credit to the curator. It played so well. Notwithstanding there was a headwind in the straight, a couple of leaders won. I wondered if the fence was a shade worse, but, toward the end of day two won near the fence (Gauguin and Junglized). Well done! Continue reading “Canterbury 29 August 2018”