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Cranbourne Barrier Trial Black Bookers April 3 - horses to follow from the Victorian trials

  • Street Turn most impressive
  • 5 horses to put in the black book

A big morning of barrier trials saw nine heats conducted on the synthetic track while a further seven jumps trials took place on the training circuit. 

A few stood out as potential winners and can be followed in their upcoming assignments.

Here are my horses to follow from the Cranbourne barrier trials:

Synthetic:

Trial 4 (1000m) 59:97
I really liked the trial of the unraced STREET TURN. Trained by Mitchell Beer and Max Hinton, the son of Street Boss sat outside the leader under a strong hold and was given a bit of reign as the hit the straight. He bounded away to win in good time, and he looks ready to run a big race.

Trial 5 (760m) 45:28
Two-year-old colt WRITTEN CHOICE led throughout to win comfortably and he was doing it easy on the line. Damien Oliver partnered him in his first official trial back in February and stuck with him here so that may be worth noting. 

Trial 9 (760m) 44:55
LORD OF THE SKY was hard held throughout to run the quickest time of the 760m trials. Trainer Robbie Laing was happy with the performance but acknowledged there is plenty of improvement to come. The speedster will be at peak fitness for his second run this campaign. 


Grass (Hurdles):

Trial 2 (2400m) 2:51:84
Each time BENALL has trialled over the jumps he has come out and won at his next start on the flat. He’s rock-hard-fit and can continue that trend next start.

Trial 7 (2800m) 3:32:64
Trainer Frankie Stockdale is in rare form with six wins and two 2nd placings from his last eight runs, and his classy jumper UNIQUE ASSASSIN went well enough to suggest another win is just around the corner. He was defeated by Ancient King last start but can bounce back next time. I really liked the way he was pulling hard on the home bend and just wanted to go quicker – it shows he’s extremely fit and wants to race.

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