Members Preview- Cessnock @ Newcastle 17.02.20

Race 1 Australian Bloodstock F&M Benchmark 58 Handicap 1150m

Meyer hasn’t raced since an easy Coffs Harbour win in September. She trialled nicely at Newcastle recently. She is a filly with speed.

Shout The Bar is on debut and her last trail was okay and Gypsy Queen has a place chance.


3- Meyer

7- Shout The Bar

6- Gypsy Queen

Race 2- Prime 7 Maiden Handicap 1150m

Icebath was only beaten by 3 lengths by Anaheed in a Group 2 in March. She has had two trials and is clearly the class runner.

Divine Approach is racing well and has the rails barrier while Minifinn’s last run at Muswellbrook was a beauty.


5- Icebath

7- Divine Approach

8- Minifinn

Race 3 Yarraman Park Class 1 Handicap 1350m

Succendam resumes after a good first prep. He was runner up on debut at Scone in July then he finished strong to win at Wyong. He won a high-class trial at Newcastle recently.

Sebonna has had four starts for a win and two placings and he resumes after two solid trials.

Redjina has good country form.


1- Succendam

2- Sebonna

4- Redjina

Race 4 New Zealand Bloodstock Maiden Plate 1350m

Captain Solo has raced twice this prep and has finished second both times. He steps up to 1350m and looks the winner.

Pride of Adelaide is talented but green. Blinkers will help and he will relish the big track.

Liam’s The Boss was close up on a listed race at Flemington in November.


2- Captain Solo

6- Pride of Adelaide

4- Liam’s The Boss

Race 5 Sharp Electronics Group Benchmark 66 Handicap 1350m

Go Fish Go returned to form with a solid win in a smart field at Kembla last start. He is a speedy four year old and the boom Irish boy Tom Sherry rides.

Gironde is promising and is unbeaten since joining Nathan Doyle’s stable.

Sebonna gains a start and has form, last prep was good enough.


1- Go Fish Go

5- Gironde

12- Sebonna

Race 6 Cessnock Leagues Club Class 1 Handicap 1150m

Apollo Prince is smart and resumes after a long spell. He has had two great trials and he belted in on debut on the Course Proper in April.

Reveal The Magic has been placed in his last four and likes a wet track.

Red Light Dancer has speed and is racing well.


1- Apollo Prince

2- Reveal The Magic

8- Red Light Dancer

Race 7 East Cessnock Bowling Club CG&E Benchmark 58 Handicap 1150m

Entitlement has good country form and he wasn’t disgraced here last week. Both his wins have been on wet tracks.

Mr Polar can improve here and Spiritual Power won well last start.


4- Entitlement

5- Mr Polar

9- Spiritual Power