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Hastings Trackwork
Hastings Trackwork - Tuesday 26 October
John Jenkins | October 26, 2021

Can I Get An Amen, preparing for Saturday’s Feilding meeting at Awapuni, worked nicely on her own at today’s Hastings track session.

There was not much in the way of fast work, which was confined to the plough (good).

Can I Get An Amen worked in from the 1000m peg in 1:04.6, running the first 400m in 27.5 before coming home the last 600 in 37.1. She pulled up well after the workout and will line up in the Rating 74 race over 1100m at Awapuni, with in-form jockey Sarah Macnab booked to ride her.

Magic Incanto had trainer Fred Pratt aboard when she sped over the last 600m of her work in 36.7s. The Per Incanto mare was forced to cover a lot of extra ground when unplaced in the Group 3 Red Badge Sprint (1400m) at Hastings last start and Pratt is now considering taking her down to Riccarton for the Group 3 $80,000 Canterbury Breeders Stakes (1400m) on the second day of the New Zealand Cup carnival.

Matt Cain, another horse now in Fred Pratt’s stable, ended his work with 600m in 38.5 while Truly and a Tarzino two-year-old filly, both prepared by Patrick Campbell, worked I n from the 600m peg and were timed to run home the last 400 in 23.8.

Satu Lagi and Shezzacatch were both restricted to just two rounds of pacework. Both horses could be heading south for a crack at the Group 3 $100,000 Stewards Stakes (1200m) at Riccarton on November 10.