Lady Vadamos and Foxalot, two likely starters at Friday’s Wanganui meeting, tuned in a solid 1000m workout together at this morning’s Hastings track session.
Fast work was confined to the plough, which provided good footing.
Lady Vadamos and Foxalot clocked 1:3.5 for 1000m, running their first 400m in 26.5 before coming home the final 600 in 37.
Lady Vadamos is a three-year-old filly in Lee Somervell’s stable who has had two starts, finishing sixth over 800m at Hastings last start. She will contest the maiden fillies & mares race over 1340m at Wanganui while Foxalot is a first starter by Zed, trained by Guy Lowry and Grant Cullen, and is entered for another maiden 1340.
Veloce Sorella took the time honours when she worked in from the 800m peg and sprinted the last 600 in 35.8. The Ghibillenes mare is trained by Vicki Wilson and also recorded a quick time in training last week.
My Tommy, who will contest the steeplechase at Wanganui, worked over a round on his own and was timed to run the last 1200m in 1:30.6, the final 600 in 42.8.
No Rock No Pop was supposed to just do some pacework but took off on her second lap, running 1200m in 1:20.1, the last 600 in 42.
The talented Ivanka and stablemate Malania worked together over 800m in 57, the last 600 in 41.3 while Imperial Party finished his work with an easy 600m in 40.5.
Mini Kay clocked 57.5 for an easy 800m on her own, the last 600 in 40.9 while an Iffraaj-Madame Marju three-year-old filly in the Lowry/Cullen stable ran an easy 600m in 43.
A Mongolian Khan three-year-old and a Super Easy five-year-old mare, both in the Vicki Wilson stable, worked together over 600m in 39.9 while Mull Of Pentire and a Charm Spirit three-year-old from the same stable ran 400m in 23.6s.