Gary Harley – Preview – 14.04.20

Members Preview- 14.04.20


Race 1 – Prime 7- Class 1 Handicap 2300m

The Godolphin filly Maia Nebula didn’t handle the heavy track when down the track in the Adrian Knox. She bolted in at Hawksbury three starts back and was placed behind Colette at Kembla two starts back.

Sciconic has been placed in three of his last four and Cajetan can fill a place.


4 – Maia Nebula

3 – Sciconic

7 – Cajetan

Race 2 – Suez Maiden Plate 1300m

Dreaming of Gold has been runner up in all six starts and she will be a long odds on. She is well weighted under the set weight conditions and has a nice barrier.

Princess Ariana and Souchong are the main threats.


2- Dreaming Of Gold

7- Princess Ariana

9 – Souchong

Race 3 – Westfield Kotara Prov & Country Maiden Plate 900m

From The Hip has won his last two trials and he has speed to burn. His three starts have all been on this track and he has raced well in far superior company.

Jokes won a recent trial impressively and she was placed she was placed at Gosford last prep while Stooge bolted in with a recent trial.


4 – From The Hip

10 – Jokes

7 – Stooges

Race 4 – Sage Painting Maiden Handicap 1500m

Liam’s The Boss drops sharply in class after finishing at the tail in the Group 2 Alister Clark. He was narrowly beaten here two starts back and he wasn’t far away in a Listed Race at Flemington in November.

Shadow Girl has been placed in 4 oh 5 while Reinvest is well bred three year old on debut.


3- Liam’s The Boss

5 – Shadow Girl

1 – Reinvest

Race 5 – Advanced pest Control Class 2 Handicap 1600m

La Grisa is a promising stayer which went okay over an unsuitable trip on this track on March 31. She had two wins and a second before a spell and the anticipated good tempo will suit the strong finishing mare.

Pride Of Adelaide will lead and if he settles, he will be hard to run down.

Sirmaze is another which drops in class and could fill a place.


2 – La Grisa

1 – Pride Of Adelaide

5 – Sirmaze

Race 6 – Rarity Wholesale Class 2 Handicap 1200m

Joy And Mirth will be good value and she will appreciate the spacious track and long straight. She made up a ton of ground on a very heavy track at Wyong last start. She won a Class 1 by 4.8 lengths at Canberra in November and she was an easy winner on the same track in October.

Mo’s Crown was only 1 ½ lengths from the winner in the Darby Munro last start and he has drawn well.

Texas Forever resumes after a nice trial.


7 – Joy And Mirth

1 – Mo’s Crown

2 – Texas Forever

Race 7 – Reward Hospitality Benchmark 64 1400m

Navy Cross resumes on the back of two trials. He won two ‘on the trot’ at Goulburn and Wyong in the spring and he was narrowly beaten on the Kensington track. He has led in his three starts.

Big Bad Bruce has his foot on the till and Anubis has sound credentials


7 – Navy Cross

12 – Big Bad Bruce

3 – Anubis