• Tuesday, 19 Jul, 2022,
  • by @WatchDogRacing

In case you missed it

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

#1 WOW SHE’S FAST (Box 4)
Breeding: Feb ’20 My Bro Fabio x Fair Of Face
Trainer: Jackie Greenough, Pearcedale
Record: 18 starts 13-1-0

Dale says: No stranger to this column, Wow She’s Fast could not be ignored following her emphatic victory in a heat of the Group 1 Maturity Classic at The Meadows on Saturday night. On a track that wasn’t conducive to fast times, her effort to record a sensational 29.56 seconds would have been close to a track record if conditions had been favourable. Posting her 13th win from just 18 starts, this performance was a combination of speed and strength at the highest level.     Results

Add Wow She’s Fast to your Blackbook HERE

#2 RAVERS ARMY (Box 3)
Breeding: July ‘20 Fernando Bale x Bella Rico
Trainer: Luckie Karabitsakos, Pearcedale
Record: 7 starts 4-2-0

Dale says: After a slow beginning and some tightening into the first turn, Ravers Army showed brilliant track sense to weave in and around runners to go on and record a powerful victory. Certainly one to add to your Blackbook.     Results

Add Ravers Army to your Blackbook HERE

Breeding: Aug ‘20 Aston Kimetto x Aston Upton
Trainer: Dustin Drew, Dennington
Record: 2 starts 1-0-1

Dale says: Contesting just his second race, Aston Kalkara turned in this mighty performance to break his maiden status. After bombing the start, he showed a good turn of speed but found some bother and consequently lost valuable ground. Once balanced, he ducked back to the inside rail and made a mid-race move. Still spotting the leaders a healthy start as they turned for home, he hooked to the outside and sprouted wings to claim victory in the shadows of the post.     Results

Add Aston Kalkara to your Blackbook HERE

*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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