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Improving Assiduity returns to happy hunting grounds


The light-hearted racer Perseverance returns to the track where he made his way to his first win two starts ago, and seems poised to extend his unbeaten record at Hawkesbury by taking his place in the Living Turf Benchmark 64 Handicap (1100m) on Thursday.

The three-year-old Mertin resumed this training and impressively won the track and distance of today’s race. Punter’s Intelligence recorded that he ran the fastest last 200-meter stretch of the meeting (11.55 seconds) and passed through a line full of energy.

Coach Mark Newham is returning to Hawkesbury with an easy Assiduity race.Credit:Getty Images

Galluper, who studied with Mark Newham, reached the second benchmark on Warwick Farm 16 days ago and held a fair race for third place.

He is in rising rankings, and repeating any of the last two indicators will make him hard to beat. Local runner Moon Reader returns and looms as the main danger.

Imported Funambulist is ready to be redeemed at the HRC Motel Maiden Plate (2000m) after nothing worked for him in his last start at Campbell 12 days ago.

The four-year-old gelding did not like the slow pace, he was ahead when the sprint continued. He was blocked at a critical stage but still recovered to hit hard on the line and ran second.

The profile of Meran, trained by Anabel Nisham, shows that he can take third place at a further distance. Stormy Legend is a consistent performer of the metropolitan class and looks dangerous.

It is very sustainable and brings a strong starting price profile to this event.

It is worth watching Neto, who ranks third in the Blakes handicap Marine Maiden (1500 m).
She was brave in the defeat in the last start in Canberra 13 days ago and never dodged the challenge to the line with a big gap to the third.


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