here were some pretty impressive efforts the Flemington jump outs on Friday, including an above average two year old for Godolphin. Find out down below who caught our eye the most.
Flemington- Friday, June 6, Weather Fine, Track Good.
Heat Two- Desert Jeuney (1st):
Above average type for Nigel Blackiston who hasn’t raced since the Emirates in the Spring. He has been given a good spell and is on target for another strong campaign at the end of the year after this jump out win here, where he sat outside the speed most of the way before cruising to the front close to home and won under a hold.
Heat Five- Zahspeed (2nd):
Third time this horse has made the file this time in. Ambled along in front, like he did last Friday, and once again he was grabbed late, but he was under a hold from the rider and looked very good. Keen to back him when he resumes.
Heat Seven- Landmarks (1st):
Above average youngster for Godolphin who hasn’t been seen since his debut in January here down the straight. He looks to have come back a much bigger and stronger type. He got away well and led comfortably out wide before cutting back to the inside on the turn and doing it very easily. Clearly the best of the morning.