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Forum - Which horses will step up this spring

Which horses will step up this spring

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Original Blog Post:

If the forum has any relevance anymore, I thought this topic may produce some winners. In order to keep all postings (if any) on the topic, then don't stray off topic, else you will be barred.

I am hopeful that both Houtzen and She Will Reign, will step up and be threats in the Everest, but history is against them. Catchy is another.

My early ones are

Egg Tart
I am a Star
Hellbent - disappointing since last spring

 
Author: Todman
Subject: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 18/7/2017 10:47:03 AM
 
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Author: Fergo
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 14/8/2017 10:17:57 AM

Blog Reply:

Thanks Loges.

Nice return

 
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Author: loges2
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 10/8/2017 5:44:32 PM

Blog Reply:

Fergo.

Shortly after the Villiers it was reported by some racing writer, can't remember who, that it "Was thought it would be more suitable for the horse to be trained in Sydney"

cheers, loges.

 
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Author: Fergo
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 10/8/2017 1:34:39 PM

Blog Reply:

Sarrasin this weekend boys, anyone know why he was taken off the Freedmans and given to Waller?

Will be happy to see him warming up late

 
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Author: Hands N Heels
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 7/8/2017 9:53:52 AM

Blog Reply:

ADMIRE DEUS

GRESHAM (Waller) might turn out to be a decent miler, still learning and Spring may be too soon.

 
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Author: Khaptingly
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 2/8/2017 9:50:38 PM

Blog Reply:

Why are people mentioning Group 1 winners as horses which will step up this spring? Haven't they already stepped up to win at the highest level this country has to offer.

 
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Author: greyshot
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 1/8/2017 4:31:07 PM

Blog Reply:

Lady Loft - promising 3yo filly hasn't had much luck in her races.
Rebellious Lord, Studio City - promising 3yo's possible Derby aspirants.
Vega Magic - could graduate to the elite level of sprinters.
Dornier - can stay and grows a leg on wet tracks.

 
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Author: squid69
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 24/7/2017 8:36:43 PM

Blog Reply:

Yankee Rose and I Am A Star.

 
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Author: jet
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 24/7/2017 12:03:50 PM

Blog Reply:

Will keep an eye on the Kiwis -
Bonneval
Jon Snow

 
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Author: dhaulagiri
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 19/7/2017 5:38:23 PM

Blog Reply:

Royal Symphony could be a Spring star after his impressive first three starts in June.

I'm also keen on seeing how the following go in spring

She Will Reign
Egg Tart
Catchy
Tiamo Grace
Foxplay
Jon Snow (perhaps will kick off in the Memsie)
Yankee Rose (also mooted to start in the Memsie)
Russian Revolution
Winx & Chautauqua (of course)


 
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Author: Picol
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 19/7/2017 7:31:08 AM

Blog Reply:

Interesting to see how the form from the Sydney autumn stacks up for the rising 3yr olds. All the major 2yr races were on bog tracks so Ill be keen to see which horses continue on upwards. My $2 worth are:
Shoals
Teaspoon
Aberro
Pariah

 
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Author: Redback
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 18/7/2017 9:20:24 PM

Blog Reply:

Sarrasin looks a likely type Loges, cheers for the heads up on him.

 
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Author: Rex
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 18/7/2017 6:45:45 PM

Blog Reply:

I know the overall record of Slipper winners isn't great when they come back as 3yos, but I do think SWR may be one of those exceptions.

Most Slipper winners are precocious 2yos, or simply put they are early developers. But she certainly isn't, well at least not physically.

Gary Portelli has reported she has come back a lot heavier, especially in the back end. It's a good sign she has developed so much during her break.

And it couldn't happen to a nicer lad than GP if she does turn out to be a genuine G1 Sprinter as a 3yo.

And quickly, apologies to all decent forum users about a couple of other threads (the ones Im sure you are referring to Todman). But Ive been coming in here nearly since day dot. Ive ignored it mostly, but when it got to the point I was being accused of being a liar, then a big noter when defending those allegations, uneducated etc, I decided Id had enough of these clowns. I can assure you I won't engage with them in this thread- if only all threads were this sensible.

 
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Author: loges2
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 18/7/2017 2:48:22 PM

Blog Reply:

Gingernuts, if he can avoid Egg Tart.
Hans Holbein.
Sarrasin, well bred lightly raced French import now with Waller.

Some lower grade handicappers that could kick on.
Ability,
Haradafull, very consistent.
Days Go By.
Divine Quality.
ZamZam, Might pull out a couple of good runs.

cheers, loges.

 
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Author: Redback
Subject: Re: Which horses will step up this spring

Time: 18/7/2017 1:20:18 PM

Blog Reply:

I like Our Century as a cups horse.

 
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