Al’s Magic Skip will be out to maintain an unbeaten first-up file on Saturday in a pipe-opener to an early autumn carnival stakes mission.
The David Payne-educated filly is unbeaten in two first-up outings forward of the Vinery Stud Handicap (1000m) exactly where secure apprentice Chad Schofield will be aboard.
“She has arrive back again well and is significantly more robust,” Payne explained.
“She spelled actually very good and I am pleased with her.”
The daughter of Magic Albert has taken on very good organization throughout her 10 will start with 7 of her outings in stakes races, including a dead-warmth for second in the Listed Heritage Stakes (1100m) in September.
“She’s taken on the best and competed properly, so we’ll look for one thing like the Light Fingers Stakes for her,” Payne said.
Payne is no stranger to good results in the Group Two Light Fingers (1200m), acquiring prepared Rock Me Infant to upset champion filly Samantha Miss in the 2009 version.
“I truly conquer Samantha Pass up 2 times, once with Rock Me Baby and the moment with Stripper (in the Sweet Embrace Stakes),” Payne recalled.
The Light Fingers will be run at Warwick Farm on February eighteen and is predicted to mark the return of Group 1 Flight Stakes winner Streama from the Guy Walter steady.
Payne explained Al’s Magic Pass up had plenty of advancement in her likely into Saturday’s function but with the race being about 1000m was not worried about the filly’s health and fitness.
The Rosehill horseman, who has five horses entered for the Warwick Farm software, is also keen to see how two-12 months-outdated Dangerous Blonde handles town firm for the 1st time in the Warwick Farm one hundred Club Plate (1000m).
Risky Blonde scored by a 50 percent-head on debut at Gosford very last week and the coach believes she will enhance from that encounter.
“It will be fascinating to see her in city due to the fact we would like to go to the Inglis Classic with her. That’s if she measures up (on Saturday),” he stated.
The $ 250,000 Inglis Classic (1200m) at Rosehill on January 21 is limited to horses supplied at the Sydney Inglis Classic Yearling Sale final year.