Robert Dunn looks a good chance of making further inroads into the top spot on the premiership this Friday night
Robert Dunn’s Pukekohe based stable will be looking to add a few more wins to their season’s tally of 116 this Friday night as they look to chase down Mark Purdon & Natalie Rasmussen for the premiership. With four very good chances, expect to see the black & white diamonds very prominent come Friday night. The Alex Park newsdesk caught up with Robert and here’s what he had to say.
Race 1 (2) Natural – “ÏShe drops in grade for this off the back of a couple of disappointing performances recently. We had her bloods done since last racing and they came back fine. She had been striking her back legs so we have changed her shoes around and that seems to have fixed the issue and explains why she hadn’t been finishing off her races like we know she can. She is working well and back on the top of her game and I expect her to be very hard to beat.”
Race 5 (2) Formula One – “ÏHe is working and racing super and he has really turned a corner since winning his maiden race in early June. He hasn’t had any luck in his recent starts and from 2 on the front line he is drawn to make his own luck this week. I rate him a massive winning chance and my best of the night.”
Race 5 (12) Cherry Bay – “ÏShe is starting to do things right and hopefully after this week she will get off the unruly, which really has been making life tough for her as she has been having to do too much work in her races. She worked super on the weekend though and despite this been quite a strong race, in the form her work suggests she’s in, she will be running on strongly at the finish.”
Race 6 (10) Bevan’s Cullen – “ÏHe did very well after an uncharacteristic early break last week flashing home late and making up a stack of ground for fourth. He has been in very good form of late and he is drawn behind one that can leave the gate so hopefully we can get a nice sit in the race and be right there at the finish.”
Alex Park newsdesk