Stablemates Bedtime Story and Go Baby Go turned in a nice gallop together at this morning’s Hastings trackwork session.
Fast work was confined to the plough, which provided good footing and was conducive to fast times.
Bedtime Story and Go Baby Go worked in from the 1000m peg in 1:08.9, running the first 400m in an easy 32.3 before quickening appreciably over the final 600 in 36.6.
Bedtime Story is coming off a close debut second over 1200m at Woodville on October 20 and will now line up in a maiden three-year-old race over 1200m at Hastings next Sunday.
Go Baby Go is likely to go to Trentham on Friday for a maiden race over 1200m.
Gohugo and Mr Bully Tee also worked together over 1000m in 1:01.9, coming home the last 600 in 36.4. Gohugo is another likely starter at Hastings on Sunday, in a Rating 65 race over 1600m, while Mr Bully Tee will either go to Trentham for a Rating 65 race over 1400m or stay closer to home for a Rating 65 race over 1600m on Sunday.
Love Letter worked over a round on her own and was timed to run the last 1200m in 1:24, the last 600 in 37.6. She has disappointed in two starts this campaign but gets a chance to improve in a Rating 65 race over 1600m at Hastings on Sunday.
Its Amelia, another from the Guy Lowry stable down to race at Hastings on Sunday, sprinted the last 600m of her work in 37.1 and looked to be travelling well at the finish. She is a three-year-old filly by Eminent who finished a close second in a 1000m trial at Woodville last week.
Sol De Otono and Gincident hit out strongly together over 800m and were timed to sprint the last 600m in 35.8s, with both horses travelling well at the finish.
Sol De Otono is an unraced three-year-old filly by The Autumn Sun and is expected to have a jumpout at Hastings next Monday.
A Time Test-Edwina three-year-old gelding and a Per Incanto-Deb three-year-old worked together over 800m in 50.1, the last 600 in 36.7 while Satomi and Avaya ran over the same distance in 51.6, the last 600 in 35.4.
Ravenna Rose worked with Nakajima over 1200m in 1:21.4, the last 600 in 37.6 while Anaroa worked well on his own over 1000m in 1:04, the last 600 in 35.7. He is a three-year-old by Time Test who finished third in a 1000m trial at Woodville last week.