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Hastings Trackwork 23 Jun 2020


(By John Jenkins)


   Kaluanui, a member of the John Bary stable, hit out well in a reasonably session at the Hastings track this morning.

   Fast work was carried out on the plough (slushy) and wide out on the No.1 grass (soft).

   John Bary sent eight horses from his stable into the Hastings track to gallop including Kaluanui, who finished in front of a Ghibellines two-year-old filly at the end of 1000m on the plough in 1:09.7, the last 600 in 38.2.

   Kaluanui is a Sacred Falls two-year-old filly who finished fourth on debut over 1200m at Wanganui in February and finished a close second in a 780m jumpout at Hastings a fortnight ago.

   Kaipawe and Free Thyme worked together over 1000m on the grass in 1:07.3, running the first 400m in an easy 30.4s before quickening over the last 600 in 36.9.

   Free Thyme is owned and trained by Richard McKenzie and won a 780m jumpout at Hastings a fortnight ago.

   A Pure Champion two-year-old filly in the Thompson/Brown stable and a Darci Brahma two-year-old gelding trained by Richard McKenzie worked together over 800m on the grass in 56.9, the last 600 in 39.2 while a Jakkalberry three-year-old and a Jakkalberry two-year-old, both prepared by Kate Hercock, clocked 52.2 for 800m, the last 600 in 37.6.

   A Niagara-Pare three-year-old filly and a Prince Conti four-year-old gelding worked over 1000m on the plough in 1:10.5, the last 600 in 38.4 while the John Bary-trained Louboutin ended her work with an easy 600mon the plough in 41.

   A Shamoline Warrior three-year-old gelding worked over a round on his own, coming home the last 800 in 54.6 and final 400 in 26.3.

   A Jimmy Choux two-year-old gelding and one by Makfi, both trained by John Bary, were only let stride out over 400m on the plough and recorded 26.4.

   A Rip Van Winkle two-year-old filly and a Nadeem two-year-old filly, both in the Kate Hercock stable, worked together over 600m in 40.7 while Smokin’ Bullet worked in at three-quarter pace from the 1000m and quickened over the last 600 in 40.8.



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