Forget & Supreme Effort heading to Rosehill

Following much discussion with the connections of both Forget and Supreme Effort, Kim has decided to run both gallopers in race 6 Schweppes Handicap and race 7 Hyland Race Colours Handicap respectively. “I have been very happy with both horses in the lead up to Saturday’s race meeting. I have no doubt that Forget will appreciate returning to a firmer surface whilst Supreme Effort is a promising lightly raced sprinter who has had the benefit of two nice trials recently ” added Kim. Forget will now jump from barrier 8 in the field 13 whilst Supreme Effort jumps from gate 10.

Forget winning at Canterbury

Forget winning at Canterbury

Supreme Effort scores on debut

Supreme Effort scores on debut

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His Majesty victorious at Wyong

His Majesty stepped out at Wyong this afternoon scoring a very impressive victory at his second Australian start. The son of Shamardal settled beautifully stalking the leaders, Sam Clipperton eased His Majesty off the fence ready to pounce on straightening. The gelding sprinted quickly to score an impressive length victory in race three HK Joinery Bm70. “That was a great win over the 1350m trip. His Majesty sprinted quickly and may have hit the lead a touch too soon wondering around a little over the concluding stages. There is plenty of up-side on his win today and a very pleasing result for a great group of owners” said a thrilled Kim. Jockey Sam Clipperton echoed Kim’s thoughts on dismounting ‘His Majesty did impress me and I’m sure he will be a better horse in 6 months. All going well Kim and the connections will have some fun with him in the future” added Clipperton. Congratulations to the connections of His Majesty.

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Forget & Supreme Effort possible starters at Rosehill.

Trainer Kim Waugh will wait until she consults with the connections of both Forget and Supreme Effort before making her final decision as to whether both gallopers take their place in race 6 Schweppes Handicap over 1300m and race 7 Hyland Race Colours Bm75 over 1100m respectively. “I could not be happier with either horse leading into Saturday’s meeting. Forget is arguably in career best form with two wins and a close second from three starts this prep whilst Supreme Eddie is a promising gelding, who was very impressive at his last start prior to a spell and has been ticking over nicely following two recent trials in preparation to his return” added Kim. Unfortunately both horses have drawn terribly; Forget 11 in a field of 16 and Supreme Effort 12 out of 18 “I will wait until I talk to all the owners of the both horses, go over the the fields and look at the speed maps before making up my mind.” Kim has secured the services of Sam Clipperton who will be aboard Forget for the third time whilst Sam will be ridding Supreme Effort for the first time.

FORGET returns to scale at Canterbury

FORGET returns to scale at Canterbury

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Supreme Effort impressive victory at Canterbury

Supreme Effort impressive victory at Canterbury

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