Sunday racing returns to Wyong

Promising last start winner Dylan’s Rojo will be out to continue his winning way when the gelding lines up in the final event Australian Decal Sales Bm 70 over 1350m. The Dylan Thomas gelding has been in racing in fine style this prep which has yielded 2 wins and close second for connections. Dylan’s Rojo has continued to please Kim pleased since his last start all the way victory at Newcastle. “Dylan’s Rojo is racing really well at the moment, once again he has drawn awkwardly in barrier 14 which isn’t ideal. The horse enjoys racing on top of the speed and will again go forward from the outside gate”. Former stable apprentice Jay Ford has been booked to ride Dylan’s Rojo.

Dylan's Rojo wins again

Dylan’s Rojo wins again

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Bully Bully(pictured below) faces the starter for the third time this campaign in race 7 Robson Civil Projects Bm 6o over 1200m. The Choisir gelding is a massive horse who needs a few runs to get fit and has pleased Kim since his tough run last week after sitting three deep the trip and should get a nice run in transit after drawing well in barrier 3. “Bully Bully is racing well I thought his first up run was good and last week was a complete forget. He has done well during the week” added Kim. Bully Bully will be ridded by Taylor Marshall who will claim 2 kilos.

Bully Bully

 

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Mi Lads Princess has been accepted to race in race 4 Twilight Meeting Nov 27th Maiden over 1350m. The Dylan Thomas mare race an improved race when finishing off late to run 4th over 1200m the 1350 of Sunday’s race looks a natural progression. Mi Lads Princess has pleased Kim since her last start and will be wearing blinkers for the first time should she take her place in Sunday’s event. “Mi Lads Princess is well I’m yet to decide if she runs on Friday at Taree of wait till Sunday, I will make my mind up in the morning after I have another look at both fields” added Kim. Taylor Marshall will also be aboard claiming 2 kilos.

Mi Lads Princess bound for Taree

Kim is still undecided whether she will run dual acceptor Mi Lads Princess at tomorrow’s Taree meeting or wait till the Wyong on Sunday following tricky barrier draws in both events. The Dylan Thomas mare has pleased the stable since her last start fourth at Muswellbrook over the 1280m when she made late ground over the concluding stages, Kim believes that the step up to the 1400m looks a natural stepping stone however Mi Lads Princess will need to overcome an awkward barrier. “Mi Lads Princess is well we have tinkered with her gear and she will wear blinkers for the first time. I will study the form of both races and will make my final decision in the morning” added Kim.

Update from Mahtoum Lodge

Latest update from Mahtoum Lodge as stage one is nearing completion, with Kim more than happy with the progress of paddocks with the finishing touches being put on the shelters. The property now has 17 purpose built paddocks varying in sizes consisting of  large day yards to paddocks which will occupy three to four horses. The paddocks (pictured below) will be ready for the horses in the coming weeks.

Paddocks at Mahtoum Lodge

Paddocks at Mahtoum Lodge

Larger paddocks at Mahtoum Lodge

Larger paddocks at Mahtoum Lodge

 

Stage Two: commencing soon with the construction of the Barn which will house 10 stables, feed and gear rooms along with a treadmill .