WEEKEND PREVIEW: SINGLE DAYS' BIGGEST TEST

Feb 06, 2015

Promising galloper SINGLE DAYS heads to Sandown tomorrow for the biggest test of his short career. He takes on O'Malley and Antarctic Missile both of which are in red hot form.

"We are under no illusions about tomorrow's task. He is only a 67 rater and takes on some potential group horses in O'Malley and Antarctic Missile. It's going to be a fantastic race. I ve got a big opinion of our fella but tomorrow will tell us how good is actually is" stated Jason Warren.

Chad Schofield takes the ride on Single Days after Melham was committed to riding Antarctic Missile. "Chad came down to Mornington a few weeks ago and rode him in trackwork and was pretty keen to ride him in Ben's absence. He is a gun young rider and I am happy to have him aboard" smiled Warren.

BENDIGO SATURDAY: BAREN MANFRED TAKES ON OLDER HORSES

Second year sire Von Costa De Hero is having a good run of late and his 3yo son BARON MANFRED (pictured) will be looking to continue his father's winning streak. He runs at Bendigo tomorrow in a BM64 1500m race. "He was a little disappointing and one paced last start but the rise in distance should help tomorrow. It's going to be a tough race to win against the older horses so a top 3 finish would be a good result" stated Jason Warren.

SALE SUNDAY: JURY OUT ON THE BARRISTER

Star Witness 2yo THE BARRISTER resumes from a spell at Sale on Sunday with Mark Zahra aboard. "He certainly hasn't set the world on fire in his two trials this time in so we've put the blinkers on him to sharpen him up. He goes better than his trial suggests so I wouldn't be surprised to see him run really well with the shades on" outlined Warren.

BEL SPRINTER & BARON ARCHER BACK

BEL SPRINTER is being aimed at the Oakleigh Plate this year which is run in late February. He has come back better than ever and will have his first trial at Cranbourne on Monday. Also making an appearance is unbeaten 4yo BARON ARCHER who took all before him last winter winning three on end. He had throat surgery over the spring but his breathing seems really good at this early stage.

ROCK SPUR BRINGS UP WINNER # 29

Rock Spur's win on Sunday at Geelong (pictured below) was the stable's 29th winner for the season which sees us sitting 14th on the Premiership Table with a strike rate of 17.5%. Only Robert Smerdon and Danny O'Brien have superior strike rates.

To read more about Rock Spur's win, click here http://jasonwarrenracing.com.au/stable/news/id/566...