Perak Turf Club - TOP CLASS RIVALS TO CLASH AT PRTC

TOP CLASS RIVALS TO CLASH AT PRTC


Perak Turf Club will host a two day meeting this weekend with 6 races on Saturday and 9 races programmed for Sunday.

MR NEVERMIND, one of Malaysia’s premier sprinters makes his return to the race track when he resumes in the 1200m Dato Yeoh Cheang Lee Memorial Trophy (Race 4) on Sunday. However, he will be pitted against one of the country’s leading four year olds in RELAU STAR, ensuring a good clash should prevail in Sunday’s feature event.

 MR NEVERMIND

MR NEVERMIND has not started since his dominant performance in the 1400m G1 Penang Sprint Trophy at the end of July when he won by 5 lengths in heavy going. The 6yo boasts the good record of 5 wins from 8 starts in the country and races well when produced first up from a break. The galloper looked sharp in winning a trial here last Tuesday week and should prove hard to beat.

 RELAU STAR

RELAU STAR, with a record of 6 wins from 14 starts, should provide the stiffest opposition for MR NEVERMIND and should strip fitter following his first up run in Penang 3 weeks ago. The gelding did not disgrace after settling on the pace finishing 4th in Cosmo A company from barrier 12.

 HALO BRIGHT

HALO BRIGHT remains unbeaten in 3 local starts and is perhaps racing in career best form at the moment. The 5yo defied the class rise last time in notching the hat trick and is capable of measuring up against harder opposition despite the wide barrier (15).

 CROWN STAR

CROWN STAR has risen through the grades rapidly and finds himself in open grade following 3 career wins. The 5yo was successful in heavy going last start and receives a big weight advantage carrying the minimum with Jackson Low astride.

HIP HIP HOORAY is an interesting newcomer for the Penang stables of Sharee Hamilton. The former Kiwi galloper had 10 starts in Singapore for 1 win but was placed twice in Group 3 company, which included a short head 3rd to Singapore champion, WAR AFFAIR in May last year. The 7yo will be coming off a 14 month break.

GREAT SCOTT goes well first up from a spell and is a definite trifecta chance. The 7yo is at a rating high of 89 points following its last start win over 1400m back in July.

 

 

 

 


Date Added: 2018-10-12 03:40PM :: Last Updated: 2018-10-12 03:41PM