– Seven ADR gallopers went to Manangatang for their cup meeting last Saturday.
– Deploy and Destroy finished second in race eight (BM58), three lengths back.
– Wagunda was strong in race six (BM58), beaten by just two lengths in fourth place.
– Adelaide’s Diamond, Rainbow Thief and Bentley Magic were all beaten by around seven lengths in their respective races, while Turnaquid was five lengths off them in race eight.
– Brenlyn’s Trooper and Sheila headed to Echuca on Thursday where they both ran in race eight’s benchmark 64 (1000m).
– Brenlyn’s Trooper was a touch over three lengths off them but found the tempo a bit too quick, while Sheila finished back in the field after a slow start out of the gates.
– Six runners have been accepted at Wodonga tomorrow (Saturday).
– Turnaquid will kick of the day in race two’s benchmark 52 (1400m).
– Race four (BM58 over 2050m) will see two ADR horses in action with Rainbow Thief and Garros looking for strong runs.
– Eamonn’s Memory will be in action in race five (BM52 over 1590m), while Deploy and Destroy and Mescaminto look like chances in the final race of the day, a benchmark 58 (1200m).
– A team of 10 will go to Deniliquin on Saturday.
– Wilma Wombat and Malabar Prince will be looking to break their maiden in race one.
– Race two’s benchmark 50 will see Raise Hell, More Importance and Legal Zou take their place. More Importance will be looking to find some form after running the quickest jump out of the morning last Tuesday.
– Rodeo Legend and Biden will go toe-to-toe in race three’s maiden.
– Wagunda will fly the stable flag in race four (Class 1) after a promising run at Manangatang last start.
– Bentley Magic will have a crack at the Deniliquin Cup (race five).
– Adelaide’s Diamond will need to improve to stand a chance in race six (Class 3).
– Crimosa and Mojo Music will feature in race six (BM58 over 1000m) at Seymour or Sunday.
– Crimosa has drawn a favorable gate (5), while the stable will assess Mojo Music’s options after a poor draw (14).
– The stable has purchased tried galloper Kiss The Bride at a recent Inglis Digital Sale. The eight-year-old gelding is a proven city winner having won multiple races in Sydney but a recent drop in form has seen him snatched up by ADR. The stable will be looking to get the galloper back up and running in a bid to target him towards the lower-grade Victorian country cups. Kiss The Bride has won over $684,000 in prize money from nine wins and 14 placings.
PHOTO: More Importance will run at Denilquin on Saturday.