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Caulfield Jumpouts - Tuesday September 26th

  • Ten Jumpouts from Caulfield on Tuesday Morning
  • Three blackbookers have been found 
Caulfield Jumpouts

We cover the Caulfield Jumpouts from Tuesday Morning and have found three horses that should be followed. We think these might be over the odds at their next start. 


Jump Out 2: 800m - 48.84sec
The John Sadler-trained THELBURG has returned in terrific order if his Jumpout is any indication. His win in this Jumpout was aided by having the inside passage, however it was still impressive against the likes of Group One winner Silent Sedition, Snitty Kitty and stablemate Observational. He hasn’t raced since his third at Sandown back in May. On that occasion he ran into a very hot BM84 race, running third behind Cannyescent and Data Point. There’ll be wins in store this preparation. 

Jump Out 3: 800m - 50.26sec
PEMBERLEY was favourite for the Group Three Tattersall's Cup back in June and finished a disappointing last. The Gelding underwent an endoscopic examination and was found to be suffering epiglottis entrapment and has since undergone surgery. The six-year-old Gelding looks to have come back in fantastic condition. He was the widest runner in the Jumpout which is an obvious disadvantage in terms of margin, but still cruised around the field to finish just a length and a half behind speedy filly Crown Witness who beat Blue Diamond winner Catchy last start. There is a Group race in him this preparation, depending on the timeline, I would like to see him aimed at a race like the Bagot Handicap on New Year’s Day. 

Jump Out 6 - 800m - 49.34sec
This Three-year-old Reward For Effort Filly PASEO DEL RIO certainly doesn’t have the best visual record, three starts for a sixth and two sevenths, one at Seymour and the other at Donald. Trainer Stuart Webb obviously has a big opinion of the Filly, placing her at Moonee Valley against the likes of Catchy, Limestone and Garrad for her debut. There was plenty of market support that day, as she started a $6.50 third favourite. She has then started at $4.50 and $4.30 for her next two starts, indicating she must have ability. The Stewards report included a key piece of information after her last start failure. “A post race Veterinary examination revealed a severe cough and unusual respiratory noises.” Her Jumpout this morning was very impressive, she sat second and was hard held throughout. It took a horse under heavy riding to beat her home. She goes in the blackbook and I’m hopeful we can get a nice price with her next start. 

Blackbookers:

Jumpout 2: THELBURG
Jumpout 3: PEMBERLEY
Jumpout 6: PASEO DEL RIO

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Caulfield Jumpouts - Tuesday September 26th

We cover the Caulfield Jumpouts from Tuesday Morning and have found three horses that should be followed. We think these might be over the odds at their next start.

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