The tenacious and ever consistent Forget returns to Randwick on Saturday

Tough last start winner Forget returns to the scene of the crime taking his place in the final event on the card Tab Supports Jockeys Trust Hcp over 1400m. The Exceed And Excel gelding has continued to thrive both on and off the track and lines up for his eighth start this prep, needless to say that he is rock hard fit and in career best form with three wins and a minor placing at his last five starts. “Forget is going great guns his form speaks for itself. Saturday’s race is very competitive on paper and he is creeping up in the weights but is a big strong gelding who does have a fitness edge which will hold him in good stead. From the gate I’m sure Kerrin will be able settle Forget in a nice position and give him every chance, with an once of luck I’m sure Forget will be very competitive.” added Kim. Kerrin McEvoy takes over the reins of Forget, with the pair jumping from gate 7 following an early scratching.

Forget's tenacious win at Randwick

Forget’s tenacious win at Randwick

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Misty Lights second up at Newcastle

Misty Lights heads to Newcastle on Saturday lining up in race 7 Hunter Coatings Class 1 over 1500m. The Sebring mare has continued to please the team in the lead up to her next run, stripping fitter from her first up performance to hit the line well when finishing right on the place getters heels at Taree a fortnight ago over 1250m. Misty Lights has scored second up in the past and returns to the provincial circuit where Kim believes the step up in distance looks a suitable for the mare. “I have been happy with Misty Lights she has come on since her first up run.  She has drawn well in barrier 4 and should be able to get a nice run in transit” added Kim. Nathan Thomas knows the mare well and once again will be aboard when she faces the starters orders in the seventh at Newcastle.

Trio of runners fly the flag at Wyong Gold Cup meeting

Trio of runners – Supreme Effort Oxford Heart and Kamalaya will fly the flag for team Waugh at Wyong’s Gold Cup meeting on Friday.

Supreme Effort too strong at Gosford

Supreme Effort too strong at Gosford

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Supreme Effort (pictured above) returns to the racetrack following a successful campaign in race 5 Doyalson Wyee RSL Club Sprintime Bm 75 over 1100m. The talented sprinter has been ultra-impressive at the trials cruising to a massive 7 length victory in a slick time at Wyong followed by a second trial victory at Newcastle 10 days ago. “Supreme Effort is very well. He has really pleased me since his return to the stable. He is a horse that races very well fresh and both trials have been very good which will hold him in good stead, it is a very competitive race on paper and I’m sure Supreme Effort will be very strong over the concluding stages” added Kim. Once again Kim combines with Blake Shinn who will guide Supreme Effort from barrier 7 with the stable keen to see the successful partnership continue on their winning ways.

Oxford Heart scoring first up at Canterbury

Oxford Heart scoring first up at Canterbury

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Consistent race mare Oxford Heart (pictured above) takes her place in the time honoured Mona Lisa Plate sixth event on the card. Oxford Heart will be out to atone for her unplaced effort at Rosehill with Kim confident Oxford Heart will return to form shown in her tough first up victory at Canterbury when she takes on a strong field in the time honoured Mona Lisa Plate over 1350m. “I have been very happy with Oxford Heart in the lead up to her next assignment and she deserves he chance at a black type race on her first up win. The track at Rosehill was quite firm last start and I’m sure she will appreciate the slight give in the ground” added Kim. Jay Ford has been booked to ride Oxford Heart with the pair jumping from barrier 12.

Kamalaya has been listed as first emergency in race 2 Central Coast Express Advocate Maiden Plate for Fillies and Mares over 1200m. The Sebring mare has pleased Kim in a recent trial when finishing 4th over 800m in soft conditions however Kim is a little uncertain as to whether or not Kamalaya will gain a start following jockeys on all runners after acceptances. “Kamalaya is well. She has drawn a touch awkward in gate 12 and once again it does look to be another strong race on paper, we shall wait and see” added Kim.