Apr 22, 2017

The stable saddles up three runners over the Anzac Day weekend with Conductress being our best chance at Werribee today. Here is our run down of each runner. 


Commands filly Conductress heads to Werribee on Saturday to take on a small field of runners with seven scratchings reducing the field to only 6. 

Young apprentice Lachlan King take the reins and his 3kg allowance should come in very handy on the Heavy 8 track. Conductress is not a big filly but what she lacks in size she makes up in heart. She is a very genuine filly and loves wet ground so today is who best ever chance of winning a race. 

She will go forward and with no weight on her back, should prove hard to run down. 


The son of Pentire (pictured above) was purchased privately out of New Zealand as a yearling and like many of the kiwi breeds is getting better with age. He is very leggy and raw still and is going to develop into a nice 4yo stayer. 

He will end up running 2400m in time and possibly further as he is extremely clean winded. He will find the 1600m a touch short for him on Sunday but isn't without a place chance. Look for him when he steps to 2000m.


The daughter of Helmet is knocking on the door for a win after a string of honest runs. She has some niggling soundness issues so the prospect of a softish track at the "Rat" on Monday should really assist her. From barrier 1, she should get a lovely run and will get her best chance to win a race. 

Above: Winton Creek