No bad Blood bound for a rain soaked Canterbury Park

No Bad Blood will head to a rain soaked Canterbury Park on Wednesday leading the field out in the final event Tab Place Multi Bm 70 over 1100m. The Danzero gelding has freshened up nicely since his unplaced run in the Provincial Championships qualifier at Kembla Grange 7 weeks ago. No Bad Blood is coming along nicely he has been kept up to the mark with a nice solid trial performance, running second over 900m at Newcastle recently pleasing Kim in the process “No Bad Blood is very well his form prior to his last start has been good he’s a very honest gelding who races well when kept at the sprint distance and really enjoys the tight Canterbury circuit.  The horse will take up a forward position from the gate and if he’s allowed a mid-race breather he’s invariably hard to run down” added Kim. No Bad Blood has been allotted 62 kilos and Kim has booked inform 3kg claiming apprentice Brodie Loy bringing the gelding’s weight down to 59kg’s for Wednesday’s race.

No Bad Blood

No Bad Blood

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Kreskin resuming at Muswellbrook

Kreskin resumes from a spell lining up in race Horsepower Class 3 Handicap over 1000m, joining Kreskin on the truck to Muswellbrook will be Balloons taking her place in race 5 Benchmark  60 over 1450m.

The lightly raced sprinter Kreskin has continued to please Kim since his return to the stable following nearly 12 months off the track. The Magic Albert gelding has trailed well in preparation to Mondays return running on strongly under his own steam finishing second over 800m at Newcastle 10 days ago. “Kreskin is very well. He’s a horse that has always comes to hand quickly and whilst he’s had along break he’s forward enough to run well over a distance that he loves” added Kim. After Kreskin was allotted top weight of 62.5kgs Kim elected to claim booking local Wyong apprentice Roy McCade who will take 2 kilos off, with the pair jumping from gate 10.

Kreskin

Kreskin

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Balloons steps out in race 5 rock hard fit following three runs this time in, the filly hasn’t been beaten far in each of her runs in provincial grade and the stable is hopeful the slight drop to country grade will bring the best out of Balloons. “I have been very happy with Balloons and if she can jump cleanly from barrier 5 I’m sure she will run well. Nathan knows the filly well.’ Added Kim. Nathan Thomas will guide Balloons from barrier 5 in the small field of 9 runners

Balloons in full flight

Balloons in full flight

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Trio of starters at Wyong on Sunday

Kim will saddle up a trio of runners at Wyong on Sunday recent stable acquisition Berry Baby steps out for the first time under Kim’s guidance in race 1 Carlton Mid F&M Maiden Plate 1100m. The Big Brown filly has pleased Kim since her arrival to the yard she has had the benefit of two trials in preparation for her return, winning a recent trial on her home track, Wyong over 800m. “Berry Baby is a nice filly and whilst I’m still learning about her she is going well and will be improved by Sunday’s run” added Kim. Kerrin McEvoy has been booked to ride Berry Baby, with the pair jumping from barrier 10 in the field of 11 starters.

Dylan Rocks outstays his rivals at Wyong

Dylan Rocks outstays his rivals at Wyong

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Last start winner Dylan Rocks and Sheniyan will go into battle with one another as the pair line up race 5 NSW Parliament Former Members Cup over 2100m. Lightly raced stayer Dylan Rocks will be out to make it two wins in as many starts following his tough all the way win a the track and distance 10 days ago. ‘Dylan Rocks has continued to please me at home, ticking over nicely since his last start win. Dylan Rocks will be better for the run over the distance, he’s an exciting young stayer on the up” added Kim. Kerrin McEvoy sticks with Dylan Rocks, with the pair jumping from barrier 10. Whilst Sheniyan returned to form last start running on strongly finishing second over the mile at Gosford in slightly harder grade with the stable believing that the Bm 65 looks a suitable option on Sunday along with the increase distance stepping up to 2100m, a distance that Sheniyan has performed well in the past. “Sheniyan is well. I thought his run the other day was good, he hit the line well and I’m sure he will appreciate the extra distance” said Kim. Sam Clipperton once again rides Sheniyan, with the pair jumping from inside gate in barrier 2.

Sheniyan

Sheniyan

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