Gary Harley – Preview – 28.05.22

Race 1 – Tynan Suzuki Kirrawee Maiden Handicap 1600m

Just Like Lisa deserves a change of luck after 7 placings from 15 starts. She ran on strongly from well back when runner up first up on this track on April 30. Zac Lloyd will claim 2kg and she has been runner up twice on his track.

Dubai Showgirl has been placed in her past three starts and Count On Me can improve.

Selections:    8- Just Like Lisa        4- Dubai Showgirl               1- Count On Me


Race 2 – Tynan Kia Sutherland Class 1 Handicap 1500m

Excelladus bolted in on a heavy 10 track at Warwick Farm on April 27 before placing on the same track second up last start. He has drawn well and races on the pace. The 3-year-old will appreciate the 3kg claim.

Bootscooter was impressive winning on Scone Cup Day while Show Me Your Love bolted in first up.

Selections:    1- Excelladus           7- Bootscooter        5- Show Me Your Love


Race 3 – Tynan Mercedes-Benz Maiden Plate 1200m

The Godolphin 3 year old Huon ticks all the boxes. He was a close third on debut on a heavy 9 on the Kensington track on Anzac Day. His only other start was at Newcastle on May 14, when he was beaten half a length after leading. He has a good barrier and a 2kg claim.

California Press has been placed in three of five starts including a close second in a strong race here in February.

Star Buyer has a place chance.

Selections:    4- Huon         1- California Press 7- Star Buyer.


Race 4 – The Disability Trust Maiden Plate 1200m.

Carartie has outstanding credentials and her recent trials indicate she is ready to win first up. The filly has been placed in 6 of 10 starts and late last year she was placed three times on Metropolitan tracks. She was only beaten 1.3 lengths at her last start, the $250,000 Gold Coast Magic Millions Maiden in January.

Baden Road resumes after an impressive trial win and Hide Your Heart looked good in a recent trial win.

Selections:    3- Carartie                2- Baden Road                   5- Hide Your Heart.


Race 5 – Castrol Benchmark 64 Handicap 1890m

Orbital Express has won two of her four starts on this track and she loves a heavy track. On March 31 on a heavy 10 Newcastle track the mare won a Class 1 by 7 lengths. She was impressive winning at Gosford on a heavy track on Anzac Day. She can mix her form but has a 3kg claim.

Five Crowns has a good record and is tough while Senza Dubbio can run well.

Selections:    5- Orbital Express               1- Five Crowns        8- Senza Dubbio


Race 6 – Maiden Handicap 900m

Invest In Love turned in an eye catching performance when narrowly beaten in the $200,000 Inglis Challenge on Scone Cup Day. She was well back four and five deep with no cover and stormed home in the straight.

Cinderella Days is on debut after a smart trial win and Good Girl won a recent trial.

Selections:    6- Invest In Love      8- Cinderella Days             5- Good Girl


Race 7 – ANSTO Benchmark 68 Handicap 900m

Washington Towers is very quick and is in great form with three wins from four starts this preparation. He led all the way to win by more than three lengths on a heavy 10 at Warwick Farm last start. He won two on the trot at Canberra early in the preparation.

Hold On Honey has speed to burn. The gelding is in good form and loves a heavy track.

What Could Be had no speed but will run on.

Selections: 1- Washington Towers         3- Hold On Honey 2- What Could Be


Race 8 – Car Sales Class 1 Handicap 1300m

Onehelvason ran on well first up when runner up at Goulburn on May 10. He has placed second up previously and has good wet track form.

Fanz was narrowly beaten in a strong Class 1 over the Scone Cup Carnival, and he beat a subsequent winner.

Journalism has won two recent trials.

Selections:    3- Onehelvason     4- Fanz           1- Journalism