An old warrior is ready to do his best, while a climber can make up for a hapless run at the last start.
Trainer Richard Litt is expecting Wander to put on a forward show at Warwick Farm. Image: Stuart McEvoy Source: News Corp Australia
For a horse that has finished eighth, fourth, eighth and five in its last four starts, there’s a lot to like on Wednesday at Wander at Warwick Farm.
Trainer Richard Litt has watched his six-year-old land a length or two ahead of the winner lately, and he hopes his horse is who they are trailing behind in race six.
« He’s fine. His last runs were very good and he wasn’t far from them in some tougher races, ”said Litt.
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« He’s a good old warrior and he’s walking as well as ever and he’s done well on his home track. « . ”
Nash Rawiller will take over from Tom Sherry and lead Wander out of the barrier he is trying to exploit.
« Having Nash is a big bonus and he should do really well. We are hopeful, ”said Litt.
« He ran and won at Warwick Farm, so I’ll leave it to Nash. We’re not complaining about goal one. ”
Trainer Richard Litt, pictured with former stable star Castelvecchio, has a number of good chances on Wednesday at Warwick Farm. Image: Stuart McEvoy Source: News Corp Australia
Shaddy is one that the players of the second race for three year olds should not forget after running at the ninth-last start of the Group 3 Spring Stakes (1,600m) in Newcastle.
Before that, the Hallowed Crown colt won in Newcastle and came second. He is a horse with more victories ahead of him.
He has a good field including the undefeated Harmony Rose, who is one of the six last start winners to compete in the race on Wednesday.
“His first two runs were extremely good and the Spring Stakes were a disaster. He pulled far and went forward, but so did everyone else, and he got deeply caught, ”Litt said.
« It was a complete forgiveness run. I’ve taken the turn signals off and we’re going to ride him whole.
« Nash will help him a lot too. You have to have an aggressive driver with him. He’s a good horse, I really like him. ”
Litt and the players will know who will be the good preparation of Black Duke after the fourth race today.
Jockey Nash Rawiller will partner with Wander and Shaddy for Richard Litt at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. Image: Mark Evans / Getty ImagesSource: Getty Images
He’s hailed from Melbourne Cup winner Fiorente but his previous form indicates he will be effective 1000m on Wednesday, although he will drop out at 1600m at some point.
“He wasn’t a pleasant colt. He was difficult to handle and his temper disrupted his running.
« It’s in very good condition and had a nice exam. The 1000m is not his trip but he is a good horse and we’ll see how he hits the line well. ”
Joey’s delight is Litt, another runner who runs around 1400m in the fifth race. She is the first in a 16-week period and wants to go 2000m and more later.
« She is a miracle and will be over more ground in the province on her next run. She tried it well, but probably for another day as well. ”
GREG Hickman can see how well the UK has come back when he ran first at Warwick Farm on Wednesday.
The Snitzel Wallach is entering his third preparation and is three years old when he can go to another level.
But his rivals are in the same boat and are racing in a benchmark 68 handicap (1000 m). So there are a few strangers with a lot of emerging horses in the race.
Hickman knows how well his horse is traveling, however, and Nash Rawiller rides him off barrier three.
« I don’t know how tough the race is, but I know he’s a tough horse so hopefully he can run really, really well. « .
« There are some nice horses in there and everyone is starting to run at this time of year to get where they want to go. ”
Hickman is gaining trust with a gear change he requested in the UK in March this year.
Greg Hickman has some good chances at Warwick Farm including Great Britain and Miss Rathvilly. Image Mark Evans / Getty Images Source: Getty Images
« It goes a length or two better if you put on the indicators. He’s not a superstar, but he can win a few races, ”said Hickman.
Rathvilly Miss is Hickman’s other runner on Wednesday in a benchmark 72 handicap (1400m) and she has done everything but win recently.
She finished third over 1,600m three weeks ago and is stepping back on a trip Hickman hopes is the right way to take it.
« Hopefully I’ve freshened them up enough to get back to 1400 m. I just know that she looks very good. ”
In the meantime, Hickman will not be running Elf Elf in the Starlight Stakes in Rosehill on Saturday, but wants to start a 3YO Maiden Handicap in Canterbury Investor on Friday evening.
« He could fly under the radar. I am happy with him. He’s a horse that does exactly what he has to do at work.
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