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R9. Crown Perth-jungle Mist Classic -  1 January 1970 preview

R9. Crown Perth-jungle Mist Classic - 1 January 1970

Scott Embry | Wed 16 November, 2016

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Let It Slip was scratched last Saturday from an encounter with State Solicitor to be saved for this race. Daniel Pearce is an astute judge of form and I am quietly confident he has pulled the right reign here and think that Let It Slip will be very hard to beat in the Listed Jungle Dawn Classic. From an inside gate Noske should have her positioned up perfectly ready to strike and as long as he can get the mare into open running around the home corner she is more than capable of zapping them late. Silverstream has probably been fighting out of her weight division this campaign, especially her last two starts in Group races alongside talented types like Rock Magic, Vega Magic and company. This is much more to her preference and if they're making ground on the day then we can expect her to flash home down the middle. Has an electric turn of foot when right and we're yet to really see it this preparation but this is arguably the most winnable race she has contested so far. Jestajingle has been thrown into the deep end coming out of an 8 horse midweek 1000m into Listed Company and Fred Kersley risks copping the wrath of the Handicapper yet again as he did with Lite'N In My Veins but with the opportunity of Black Type the temptation obviously outweights the potential ratings points. Her win was emphatic albeit against a bunch of midweek battlers, however, the way in which she won suggested that she could be competitive at 55kg with the right kind of economical run. Not discounting the Darren McAulley special "W.Pike in the last" with Cosmic Storm suited over further but showing in a recent barrier trial she is sharp enough to figure.

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User dungy

dungy 20 Nov | Posts: 9217

Peter hall 3 deep from barrier 3 hopeless Nice bloke very average jockey carved most of Bobs up of late as well he will soon slide down to number 4 in the line hoiw the hell did he get stuck so deep from good draw, look at the meeting on Saturday all the go...

User Ngawyni

Ngawyni 20 Nov | Posts: 627

First four hoops home in the Railway...Whyte , Bowman , Pike , Oliver. International champ, two eastern states champs and a local champ! Class tells. Certainly does.  All 6 visiting jocks were in the first 7 on the corner. Pike was 8th. 

User therealkramer

therealkramer 20 Nov | Posts: 7932

Under the circumstances I thought Jestajingle ran pretty well all things, considered. She was only fair to begin and when Hall urged her she took off and just as she appeared to settle another horse poked up on the rail and she was three deep with no chance of...

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psycho 20 Nov | Posts: 472

Only listerned to the last  on  radio   sounded like   jestajingle was one out one back pulled off the heels of  distant memory on corner,  thought  run  sound only  fair, watched ...

User savethegame

savethegame 20 Nov | Posts: 2543

Only listerned to the last  on  radio   sounded like   jestajingle was one out one back pulled off the heels of  distant memory on corner,  thought  run  sound only  fair, watched ...

User therealkramer

therealkramer 20 Nov | Posts: 7932

Surely there is a race for Bass Strait soon? It flew home in the Asian Beau from well back. Ran 2nd to the subsequent Railway winner in the Peters Stakes and today ran a strong 2nd to the impressive Chocolate Holic in the Carbine Club Stakes. 4 wins from 49...

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westundies 20 Nov | Posts: 29

no issues on the fence and track played really well. Great job by PR

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thefalcon 20 Nov | Posts: 18651

i heard on the post railway interviews that Big Wes was not in attendance due to ill health.hope the big fella is soon on the mend.

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Chris 20 Nov | Posts: 4370

Surely there is a race for Bass Strait soon? It flew home in the Asian Beau from well back. Ran 2nd to the subsequent Railway winner in the Peters Stakes and today ran a strong 2nd to the impressive Chocolate Holic in the Carbine Club Stakes. 4 wins from 49...