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Hastings Trackwork - Tuesday 3 May
John Jenkins | May 03, 2022

No Time To Jazz shoed her usual dash at today’s Hastings track session, cutting out a quick 1000 metres on her own.

Fast work was mainly confined to the plough, which provided good footing.

No Time To Jazz ran a solo 1000m in 60.2s, running the first 400m in 24.6 and final 600 in 35.6.

The Swiss Ace mare has obviously trained on well since her last start fourth over 1200m at Hastings and will now head to Rotorua on Saturday week for the Group 3 $80,000 Rydges Rotorua Stakes (1400m). Sam Spratt has already been booked to ride her in that race.

Her stablemate Secret Falls also went quick in the early stages of her 1000m workout, clocking 1:02.4 for the full distance and last 600m in 36.6. She will also head to Rotorua on Saturday week, where she will contest a maiden race over 1400m.

Sedona, who could make her race debut at Otaki this Friday, was another who recorded a quick time in training, running a solo 1000m in 1:03.9, the last 600m in 36.6. She is a big three-year-old filly by O’Reilly’s Choice whop won a recent Waipukurau jumpout.

Red ‘N’ Surf had trainer Vicki Wilson aboard when he worked over a round on the plough. He was timed to run the last 1200m in 1:15.8 and the final 600 in 39.

Chouxado and a Hellbent two-year-old filly worked together over 800m in 54.3, the last 600 in 38.6. They are both in the Thompson/Brown stable.

Just Call Me Jack worked in easily from the 1000m peg on the plough in 1:07.4, running the first 400m in 29 before quickening slightly over the last 600 in 38.4. He is waiting for the onset of wet tracks.

A Mongolian Falcon two-year-old gelding in the Vicki Wilson stable showed a good turn of speed over 800m on the No.1 grass, running home the last 600 in 35.7 while Kaluanui and The Jungle King ran the last 400m of their work on the plough in 24.6.

Belcamina and a Per Incanto-Sharvasti three-year-old filly, both in the Lowry/Cullen stable, worked together over 1000m in 1:13.1, the last 600 in 40.6. Balcamina is a well bred filly by Savabeel who has been placed in a barrier trial and may make her race debut at Wanganui next Saturday.

Moll Of Pentire and a Mongolian Khan four-year-old, both trained by Vicki Wilson, ended their work with 600m in 40.5 while Master Brewer was restricted to just three-quarter pace over 1000m, the last 600 in 45.3.

A Mongolian Khan three-year-old gelding and a Mongolian Khan two-year-old gelding, both in the Thompson/Brown stable, ran an easy 600m in 41.