Into The Black Book – Gloucester Park

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The OzRace Team comment on the ones to follow from the Fridays meeting at GLOUCESTER PARK

Friday 3rd November 2017

ABRAXUS BLUES

“had difficulty getting clear before he finished a close fourth and can soon make amends for being a beaten favourite. The five-year-old gelding has a career tally of nine wins and 17 places from 37 starts. Considerable talent has been displayed in three wins from his past seven races and there is little doubt he possesses a bright future.” – Ernie Manning

THE STORM CHIEF

“Settled four back the pegs and still only had one horse behind him sat the top of the straight. Unleashed by driver Michael Grantham, The Storm Chief rattled home to get beat a half head by Your Excused in the opening event- just follow.” – Robbie Dewar

SOHO TRIBECA

“endured a tough run from his outside barrier in the James Brennan Memorial and there was a lot of merit in his performance to finish second by a nose to Chicago Bull, who had the advantage of gate one. Soho Tribeca, who had been runner-up by a head to Chicago Bull on October 20, seems certain be prominent in the Inter Dominion Championship. Hard to beat from a favourable draw ion feature events.” – Ernie Manning

“was huge on Friday night, Chicago Bull who won the Brennan Cup ran the last 400m in a sizzling 26.7secs, what Soho ran was mindboggling, the good ones from the east and New Zealand will have to be huge to beat our two in the Inters.” – Robbie Dewar

ARTURUS

“who battled on tenaciously to finish fourth after facing the breeze, is one to follow in minor city races. The Gary Elson-trained six-year-old has shown a return to form when recently winning at Pinjarra and being a Gloucester Park runner-up. He has won seven races and can continue as a profitable proposition for Elson, who maintains an imposing strike rate with his small team.” – Ernie Manning

ASSASSINATOR

“flew the tapes in the stand on Friday night and lobbed three lengths in front, though beaten by just over a length by the horse who had the sit on his back indications are a win is not far away.” – Robbie Dewar

 

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