Canberra Review 8 May 2019

Canberra Racing Review Wednesday 8 May 2019

 

They raced on a soft seven and the rail chopped out. Back and wide was the place to be.

 

Having said that, there was only one blow-out (Le Cavalier) in the Federal, with five well supported gallopers winning on the day.

 

Race 1

 

Canberra Racing Review 5 April 2019


They raced on a soft 5 and it was a very competitive days racing.

The $40,000 Federal saw a blow-out result with Friskee One saluting at $41.0 setting up a trifecta in excess of $4.000.  

XXXX GOLD BENCHMARK 55 HANDICAP (1400 METRES)

PRINCE JACKO ($3.80) was the one punters came to on track and he duly obliged for the Dryden-Collings training partnership with Blaike McDougall in the saddle. Prince Jacko led has he liked at a steady gallop tailed by FISCAL POLICY ($4.20) and he showed plenty of grit to hold that galloper off.