A set of nine jump outs were run and won at Caulfield on Tuesday, and while the depth might not have been strong, there were a couple of performances worth mentioning. Find out down below who caught our eye the most.
Caulfield- Tuesday, July 14, Weather Overcast, Track Polytrack.
Heat One- Kirabo (2nd):
Son of Real Saga for the Price yard who went through the Blue Diamond Lead Ups. Ran well in the Preview but dropped out badly in the Prelude. Spelled and looked pretty good here, showing good speed to lead comfortably and appearing to travel well under no pressure in ending up to run second. Looks talented and should be winning races.
Heat Two- Vintage Valley (1st):
Unraced filly for Peter Moody who trialled at Randwick back in March but hadn’t been sighted publicly since. She got out of the gates well to lead this particular jump out, and scooted along in front under a good hold and though the margin she had was getting cut late, she did it comfortably and went on to win by about half a length. Keep an eye on her when she debuts.
Heat Three- Best Bold (1st):
Young colt from the Moody yard who debuted back in April and ran well behind Caro Kann. He was probably the best of the morning here, sitting on speed throughout but out wide, but was under a big grip from the rider throughout, including in the straight when challenged strongly. Looks to have come back in excellent order and is one I am keen to see when he resumes.