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Hastings Trackwork - Tuesday 10 May
John Jenkins | May 10, 2022

No Time To Jazz again took the time honours at this morning’s Hastings trackwork session when she broke a minute when dashing over 1000m on her own.

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

No Time To Jazz had the pace on all the way when running 1000m in 59.4, the first 400m taking 24.8 and the final 600 in a very quick 34.6.

The Swiss Ace mare was a last start fourth in a Listed 1200m sprint at Hastings on April 16 and will line up in this Saturday’s Group 3 Rydges Rotorua Stakes (1400m). Sam Spratt has been booked to ride her.

The Stoney One was another who recorded a quick last 600m this morning when he worked with a Pins-Queen Aly three-year-old gelding over 1000m in 1:06.9, the last 600 in 36.7.

The Stoney One is set to resume from a spell in a 1200m three-year-old race at Hawera this Saturday. He won an 850m Foxton trial on April 12.

Secret Falls, another heading to Rotorua this Saturday, ran a solo 1000m in 1:01.2, the last 600 in 36.5. Jasmine Fawcett has been booked to ride her in a 1400m maiden.

Free Bee had co-trainer Mick Brown aboard when working in easily from the 1000m peg in 1:10.5, the last 600 in 39.4. She could start at either Hawera or Rotorua this Saturday.

Wewillrock was restricted to just three-quarter pace, running the last 800m of his work in 57.1 and final 600 in 43.3. He was a game last start third in the Cambridge Breeders’ Stakes (1200m) and will head back to Te Rapa on Saturday week for a three-year-old race over 1100m.

Rum worked in from the 800m peg and quickened appreciably over the last 600 in 36.5 while Manhattan Jazz also worked over 1000m, running the last 600 in 36.8.

Call Me Jack, entered for Thursday’s Wanganui meeting, ran an easy 600m in 41.1 while Darwin, another lining up at Wanganui, was let off with 800m at three-quarter pace.