Track Work – Tuesday, 15th July 2014

Victor Hugo and Divine Chiva galloped freely on a morning when fog interrupted the timing of several sectionals at Cambridge today

Galloping on a heavy No.2 Grass, with the markers out 14 metres Victor Hugo (Jago) and Divine Chiva (Jones) matched strides from the 1200m in 1:18.1.   Both were travelling strongly at the finish.   Alphabet Street (Sarah) and Gendarme (Nicky) were on terms throughout 1200m in 1:22, finishing off in 40.9.

Last start winner Aaja Nachle (Ivil) and Miss Lorde (medium weight) cut out 600m in 43.7.   Alter Ego (Gatu) and a Darci Brahma gelding (Collins) from the Chris Wood stable did well to complete 800m in 51.   Cornelius (Foote) and Caruso (Thornton) worked in from the 1000m in 1:11, the concluding 600m in 41.1.

Anakay (Hills) came to the end of a comfortable 1200m in 1:28.4. Stablemate, Fire Power (Dalley) followed with a similar workout.

The Show (Cameron) left 1200m behind in 1:19.3.  Billy’O (Harrison) reeled off 600m in 39.   Broadway Express (Smith) was timed from the 600m in 43.4.   Zankuro (Legg) ran a solid 1200m in 1:18.3.   Amanood Lad (Foote) and Maharishi (Gillies) was sent 2000m, running the last 1200m in 1:26.6.   Lucky Tonight (Houston) was another given a comfortable workout   when completing the final 1200m of his work in 1:28.   And Fairfleet (Holmquist) worked in from the 600m in 43.7

Galloping on the No.4 Grass, class mare Silent Achiever (Hills), whose progress is pleasing trainer Roger James, completed 800m in 52.4.   She will begin a fresh campaign in the Memsie Stakes over 1400m in Melbourne on August 31.

Galloping on the sand, Penny Duke (Gatu) ran 800m in 53.9. Zonza (Macfarlane) strode   800m in 56.3.   And Arcee (Gatu) came to the end of 1200m in 1:27 and 43.2.