She's Tidy and Equiamico can fill the stockings

December 23, 2017

She's Tidy and Equiamico will represent the Princess Park team over the next few days.


She's Tidy gets out to a mile on Saturday in what looks to be an even type of race. She was out sprinted over the 1400 metres last start in what was a very hot maiden event. She made her run from a long way out and worked to the line well enough.


She'll appreciate the step up in distance at Werribee Sunday. Dale Smith takes the ride for barrier 7.


In a small field there looks to be several chances.


A lack of speed in the race means that the Gai Waterhouse trained Potentate will more than likely get its' own way in front and can dictate terms. It drops back in class after racing in a strong open event last start.


Californiagroundcru was stopped in its tracks last start and did well to pick itself up and finish fourth in the same race She's Tidy contested in last start. A repeat performance here sees it fighting out the finish.


War Piglet looked good coming home from last at Warrnambool and will appreciate the step up to a mile. 


First starter from the Busuttin Young stable is an interesting runner. A kiwi bred to get over a cups distance it's first up over a mile and there has been a little bit of support for it.


So yes an even sort of race with no stand outs in my opinion. Hoping She's Tidy can be fighting out the finish. She's rated a $7.50 chance.


She's Tidy is rated a $7.50 chance in a mile maiden at Werribee today. 


Meanwhile Equiamico will travel to Nhill on Boxing Day to contest in a maiden over 1150 metres.


Equiamico debuted at Kyneton. The occasion of his first race day got a bit too much for him and he may have run his race before the gates opened. A real handful pre-race and then again when being loaded into the barriers, we hope his manners can improve Tuesday. After missing the start he settled last and ended the race 6 lengths behind the winner.


This maiden isn't a strong race and provided he can jump with them he should be competitive in this. He has trialled well since his first up start at Ballarat early last week with a barrier blanket being used when loaded into the gates. It seemed to have the desired calming effect.


Apprentice Lewis German takes the ride and takes 3 kg's off Equiamico's back.


Good luck to all connections. 


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