The Wyong prepared stables of Damien Lane will supply a host of runners to Thursday October 11 meeting with overcast conditions currently racing on a soft 5, the rail position is +3 m the entire.

4 year old chestnut mare (7-9-2014) Sire: Purrealist Dam: Princess D’argent (Coronation Day) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Mr N Ellis
Owners: N Ellis, Ms M A France, Mrs L M Smith, F L Rejtano, G R Jones, R P Hoban, Mrs D K Williams, R Williams, P J Cullen, Mrs S P J Cullen, B W Clark, C D Gaunt, R J Barlow, Ms R L Jackson, N J Thomas & Mrs A O’neill
Colours: Blue And White Quarters, Blue Sleeves, Red Cap

The first of the stable runners will enter in race one in a maiden plate over 1350m with Typical Red Head third up from a spell from barrier 4 under Jake Hull.

Third-up. Resuming struck interference at start; 9th of 14 starters at Cessnock Mdn Sep 17 over 1150m, 10-3/4 len behind Onyar with 55.5kg. Second run from a spell always well back 11th of 12 starters at Muswellbrook Mdn Oct 1 over 1280m, 9-1/4 len behind Precognition carrying 52.5kg.

3 year old chestnut gelding (16-9-2015) Sire: Foxwedge Dam: Easy to Read (Encosta de Lago) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Mr M Sandblom
Owners: B Livermore, Mrs M Campbell, J J Livermore, Mrs R Butt, R Reeves, R J Livermore, D J Law, B K Butt & Mrs J A Law
Colours: Blue And White Quarters, Blue Sleeves, Red Cap

Race 2 will see Trust The Fox compete second up under Jason Collet in a maiden handicap over 1200m leaving barrier 2.

Having third race start. First race start raced greenly; ran last at this track Mdn in May over 1100m, slow track; 8 len behind Oxford Angel carrying 56kg. Went for a break before returning 6th of 8 runners at this track Mdn Sep 23 over 1200m, 5-1/4 len behind Evalina with 54.5kg.

6 year old bay gelding (12-9-2012) Sire: Exceed And Excel Dam: Bonnie Ann (Filante (NZ)) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Mr J Hirsch
Owners: E Hirsch & Mrs M Hirsch
Colours: Gold, Black Motif, Collar And Sleeves, Gold And Black Motif Cap

Scatter Blast will compete in race six on the card in a class 2 handicap over a mile with Andrew Adkins aboard jumping from barrier 9.

Last run ran on strong from last on the turn; 4th of 9 starters at Muswellbrook (Bm58) Oct 1 over 1450m, 3-1/2 len behind New Endeavour with 58.5kg. The run before that came from midfield; 8th of 11 starters at Wellington Hcp (C3) Sep 10 over 1700m, on slow going 5 len behind Not For Export with 58kg.

7 year old bay mare (11-10-2011) Sire: Casino Prince Dam: Mattie (Marscay) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Patinack Farm
Owners: M B Heaney, S P Hodgson, K R Waterford, D E Thompson, S J Colwell, M Sheppard, Mrs J Sheppard, Mrs C Nalder, L Nalder, M S Fletcher, Mrs P S Fletcher, B Hodgson, AJ Firth, Mrs S M Cleary, M A Vaughan, M Ralston, Mrs S Ralston, B Ralston, Miss G Thurston & M White
Colours: Blue And White Quarters, Blue Sleeves, Red Cap

Cervinia will take part in race seven with Ms Alena Skerritt booked to ride in a benchmark 64 handicap over 1350m with a field of 11 to run.

Last start ran last at Scone (Bm66) Sep 21 over 1400m, 15-3/4 len behind Net Effect with 57.5kg. The race before that jumped awkwardly; 10th of 11 runners at Muswellbrook F&M (Bm66) Sep 9 over 1280m, slow track; 5-3/4 len behind Majestic Pedrille carrying 59kg.

4 year old bay mare (11-11-2014) Sire: Sequalo Dam: Bonne Affaire (Redoute’s Choice) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Mrs L Lord
Owners: Mrs J Jang
Colours: Blue And White Quarters, Blue Sleeves, Red Cap

The final event on the card will see Princess Snowy possibly compete second up from a spell from barrier 12 of 12 in a class 2 handicap over 1100m, though doubts from that alley are immediate and Damien may look for other options going forward.

Having second run back. Fresh up after four months sat behind the speed prior to fading 9th of 10 runners at Hawkesbury Hcp (C2) Sep 20 over 1000m, 9-1/4 len behind Cyclonite with 51kg. Previously second-up jumped awkwardly and 3 wide; 4th in a small field at Gatton 3yo (Bm65) in Feb over 1100m, slow track; 1/2 len behind Prossimita with 55.5kg.

Best of luck.

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