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.
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