There were some pretty impressive efforts at the Randwick trials on Tuesday, most notably from the Gai Waterhouse stable. Find out down below who caught our eye the most.
Randwick- Tuesday, June 23, Weather Fine, Track Heavy 10.
Heat Two- Duccio (1st):
Talented galloper who hasn’t raced since the Dulcify in the Spring when second to stablemate Hampton Court. His two trials have been fantastic, including this one where he led all the way. He was under pressure midway down the straight, but he responded very well and was drawing clear late.
Heat Three- Medcaut (5th):
Hasn’t raced since the Scone Cup, but he looks to be on target to win whenever he races next based on this trial. He got away okay and settled out the back. He peeled out and worked to the line under a big grip from Sam Clipperton. Very impressive and looks back to his best form.
Heat Five- Chetwood (5th):
Unraced gelding for Godolphin who looks to be loaded with talent. He won a trial in March when beating home Rageese, who ran second in the Sires Produce. Chetwood was given a break after that trial and this was his first public appearance. He settled off the speed and like stablemate Medcaut, he travelled beautifully and looks above average.
Heat Seven- Global Domination (1st):
Gai Waterhouse runner that looked impressive here in bolting up. He led all the way, and though he probably found the best part of the track, which was the outside fence, the win looked pretty slick and the time was one of the fastest of the morning.