Trainer Nick Olive is optimistic about the prospect of the easy-running The Deepest Secret resuming at Wagga. Find out why he’s confident with the four year old.
Punters will see an even better The Deepest Secret this time when they start a new preparation in Wagga on Monday.
The four year old Deep Field mare rode a disappointing sixth length of 10 lengths on her debut in Goulburn in May 2019 before a spell helped her improve in her second campaign where she finished second after two runs around to finish them.
Canberra coach Nick Olive has given her a long 29-week spell since the last run on the Sapphire Coast, which was the last time she was seen in public.
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On Monday she is running in race two, a Maiden Plate (1200 m), and Olive says the punters should have confidence in her good run as she had a good foundation for Monday’s race.
« She had a couple of jump outs and won the second really well, so I expect her to do really well first. « . ”
The Deepest Secret has Barrier 12, however, and Richard Bensley rides her again after saddling her in on her last two runs the last time.
She has shown on both occasions that she can calm down the speed he is likely to do again on Monday instead of being driven forward and risks being caught deep without cover.
« She will just find her feet and be where she needs to be to get a nice run, » said Olive.
« I think she has something to do with her and the penny is starting to drop now so hopefully she can be on target somewhere. ”
Olive is still leading the deputy leader in race three, having had a disappointing run at the last start.
He must learn to calm down before the race so that he will be full of energy when the goal is to get the gates blown.
« He fell to pieces in Canberra. He was sweating two hours before the race and pulled wide and sat deep so it was a write-off run, ”said Olive.
Boho Chick is going around against The Deepest Secret in race two and has done a lot better in Barrier Two after finishing second on her debut at the last start in Albury.
She can sit right behind the leader again or possibly start the race from the draw.
« She was the first to run a really good run, score a good goal and go out to 1200m. I’m really looking forward to seeing them on a big track. « .
« If she can do a race like the one at Albury, she’s very hard to beat. ”
El Nieto is Pepper’s other runner in race four and he will be home late.
« He’s the first and is likely to find this 1000m race a little short at this point in his career. So I expect him to improve when he gets out at 1200 meters, « said Pepper.
Stars Are Trumps (not pictured) offers coach Peter Youngberry a top chance. Source: News Corp Australia
Ballina trainer Peter Youngberry currently only has four horses in the works but could easily lead to a doubles at home on Monday with the fighting pairing Stars Are Trumps and Cecsa.
Stars Are Trumps has placed in similar races in their last three starts but will have to overcome a broad draw if they want to break their first status at start nine on Monday.
« She pulled in 17, but she drives well and is good in herself, so I’m very happy with her, » says Youngberry.
‘’ She has a big heart and is still in work at the moment because she is still very immature. We’ll see a better horse when she comes back in the next prep. She is a tall, long-legged mare and it only took a while for everything to come to fruition. ’’
Stars Are Trumps’ first two dams are from Golden Slippers winners, namely Flying Spur and Rory’s Jester.
Also, she comes from the same family as another Golden Slipper winner in Catbird.
« My uncle Greg bred them, » said Youngberry. “There’s a lot to do with this mare because she was one of the last my uncle bred before he died and all of his children are on horseback with my cousins and their friends. ’’
Cesca is now bred by Gerry Harvey and has an even more regal family than her stablemate as her third mother is Isolda, who will be forever remembered for beating the Octagonal Champagne Stakes at Randwick in 1995.
I’ve only given her three starts for a win, a second and a third since I bought her. I have 4. Paid $ 500 for her and she now has a little over 17. Made $ 000, « said Youngberry.
‘’ She is a big, strong mare and ideally moved into barrier six. Young Leah (Kilner) has ridden her in her three starts and she rides them well.
She is a very tough mare. The day she won at Lismore she took something and she just buried it, it ran last and won the race. It is very difficult to overcome. ’’
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