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Trainers pinpoint their best for Saturday

2 years ago

Lindsay Park saddles up a number of key runners at Caulfield on Saturday.

David Hayes, along with son Ben and nephew Tom Dabernig, have a pair of runners in the Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes, namely Lankan Star and Andrassy Avenue.

Regarding their chances in the $1.5 million 1200 metre dash for the two-year-olds, Hayes told SEN Breakfast: “They’re double figure odds and I think the market has got them a bit wrong.

“They are in really good form.

“I’m predicting first three showings. I think they’ll run really well.”

As for Hayes’ best at Caulfield on Saturday.

“In Race 1, a horse called Sikandarabad,” he added.

“I (also) like Redkirk Warrior in the Futurity at big odds. I think he’ll run really well.”

The Lindsay Park team’s runners for Saturday:

Race 1
Jaameh
Sikandarabad

Race 2
Lunar Flare

Race 4
Futooh
Qafila

Race 5
Poised To Srike

Race 6
Redkirk Warrior

Race 7
Lankan Star
Andrassy Avenue

Race 8
Ellicazoom
Fuhryk

Race 9
Ventura Storm
Harlem

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The training partnership of Ciaron Maher and David Eustace also have some gallopers with a great winning chance, including Blue Diamond favourite Loving Gaby.

“Loving Gaby is our best,” said Maher.

“She’s a big, scopy, raw horse and has certainly got plenty of talent.

“On Saturday, in a bigger field, you just want to her to get an opportunity in the race so I was happy to draw a little wider.”

Loving Gaby will jump from barrier 12 under Damian Lane.

In the Oakleigh Plate, the Maher/Eustace stable has last start winner Bons Away as well as Kemono.

“Bons Away was super the other day. I don’t think he could be going any better,” added Maher.

“But barrier 20 and Nature Strip pinging along up the front, it is going to make it tough for him, but he is in super order.”

All the Caulfield runners from the Maher/Eustace yard:

Race 2
D’Grammy
Global Exchange

Race 3
Think Bleue
Naantali

Race 4
Yulong Meteor
Street Icon

Race 5
Yulong January

Race 7
Bella Rosa
Loving Gaby

Race 8
Bons Away
Kemono

Race 9
Night’s Watch

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