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Hastings Trackwork 12 Oct 2017

Londaro, a possible starter at next Thursday’s Woodville meeting, looked in great order when working at this morning’s Hastings track session

Fast work was carried out on the plough (slushy) and about half-way out on the No. 1 grass (heavy).

Londaro was not asked for a serious effort when running a solo 1000 metres but looked to be striding out well and clocked 1:13.1, the last 600 in 42. The big four-year-old was to have started in the Special Conditions 1400 at last Saturday’s Hawke’s Bay meeting but that was one of the races abandoned.

Who Would Know had trained Kate Hercock aboard when working in from the 1000-metre peg in 1:9.5 and was let sprint home the final 600 metres in 38.8. He is a three-year-old by Rios and won an 850-metre jumpout at Waipukurau last month.

Hunta Pence was kept to just three-quarter pace in his workout on the plough, running home the last 600 in 43.8. He is another who missed out on a start at Hastings last Saturday.

An O’Reilly-Music three-year-old filly and a Niagara three-year-old, both in the Lowry/Cullen stable, worked together over 800 metres in 54.6, the last 600 in 39.2.

A Nom de Jeu three-year-old gelding and a Niagara three-year-old, both in the Thompson/Brown stable, worked together over 800 metres on the plough in 56.8, the last 600 in 40.9.

A Nadeem three-year-old filly finished ahead of a Remind eight-year-old gelding after a 600-metre sprint in 38.7 while a No Excuse Needed three-year-old filly had trainer Kate Hercock aboard when running an easy 600 metres in 45.4.

 

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