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Form expert Dale Code has picked out a selection of runs from around Victoria that have caught the eye over the past fortnight.

#1 COLLINDA PATTY (Box 1)
Breeding: May ’19 Zambora Brockie x She’s A Collinda
Trainer: Jason Thompson, Pearcedale
Record: 12 starts 4-1-2
Comment: One of the fastest individual runs you will see. Using box 1 to full advantage, Collinda Patty
blew her rivals away when lowering Dyna Double One’s 595m Sandown Park track record (33.63sec), posting an
extraordinary 33.56sec. Having just her 12th race start, this performance has officially stamped her as a middle-distance phenomenon.  Results

#2 ASTON FASTNET (Box 8)
Breeding:
 Apr ’19 KC And All x Aston Miley
Trainer: Jason Thompson, Pearcedale
Record: 24 starts 11-3-2
Comment: Considering the quality of opposition in the G3 Warragul St Leger final, I absolutely loved this run. After a moderate beginning he showed great speed to work into fourth mid race, then he was held up and had to bide his time as they approached the home bend. With star sprinters Qwara Bale and Koblenz out in front it was going to take something special from ‘Fastnet’ to reel them in, and that he did with a brilliant finishing burst to claim the $25,000 first prize in a sizzling 25.67sec.   Results

#3 PABBIE BALE (Box 3)
Breeding: Apr ’19 Allen Deed x Kenju Bale
Trainer: Daniel Gibbons, Avalon
Record: 15 starts 1-2-4
Comment: One of the heaviest backed runners of the day, punters would have had their hearts in their mouths during this run at Geelong. After a solid beginning he was shuffled out to last, but displayed great track sense and a smart turn of foot. Circumnavigating the field, he weaved in between runners before claiming a brilliant last-to-first victory, the first of his career.   Results

#4 MYSTIFY KICK (Box 5)
Breeding: Dec ’18 Fernando Bale x Red Rocks
Trainer: Brett Mackie, Tooradin
Record: 14 starts 4-4-3
Comment: Was squeezed out to last soon after box rise at Horsham, spotting the leaders a big start. Once balanced he really started to motor, making up a tonne of ground only to fall desperately short of victory. What makes the run even more impressive was that they ran a speedy 27.44sec over the 485m trip.   Results

*Dale Code is a professional form analyst and son of champion Melbourne Cup-winning trainer, the late Judy Hayley, who engineered one of the greatest all time come-from-behind group wins when Devastate took out the 1989 Traralgon Cup. Click HERE to watch (box 7)

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