Fourteen trials were conducted on Tuesday morning at Randwick, and it was a Gai Waterhouse runner that stole the show. Find out who caught out attention the most down below:
Randwick- Tuesday, September 8, Weather Fine, Track Soft 6.
Heat Three- Haptic (4th):
Talented colt who resumed with a solid third in the San Domenico. Freshened up and he looked outstanding in this barrier trial, sitting near the speed most of the way and though he finished fourth, he was under a big hold from Clipperton and went to the line in first gear.
Heat Four- Now’s The Time (6th):
Talented stayer for Chris Waller who looks set for a strong Spring/Summer. He sat back and wide with cover throughout before Bowman peeled him to the outside and he just cruised to the post under a nice grip. He did something similar prior to his first up run last time in where he ran a beauty at Newcastle.
Heat Twelve- Divajeu (1st):
The two year olds stepped out for the first time at Randwick, and this filly was clearly the pick. Trained by Cheryl Robert, and to be honest, I don’t know much about her, but she looks to have a handy youngster on her hands here. She showed a lovely turn of foot in the straight when clicked up by Tim Clark and she won with real authority.
Heat Fifteen- Harlem River (1st):
Classy filly for Gai and Coolmore, and she looks a Group l contender this prep. She led near the inside before railing up to comfortably lead on the turn and then showing a dazzling turn of foot over the final 200m to spank her rivals. She’s a star and will be a force to be reckoned with this time in.