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Gary Harley’s Last Word – Wyong (Sunday)

By Gary Harley

Kim Waugh has accepted with her four year old Calabasas in two races at Sunday' s Wyong race meeting and the gelding will be hard to beat in whichever race he contests. Calabasas will be ridden by three kilogram claiming apprentice Jackson Murphy in either the Warren Clark Memorial Class 2 (1350m) or The Magic Millions at Wyong December 21 Benchmark 72 (1200m).

Calabasas resumed from a five month spell when beaten 2.8 lengths at Randwick on October 7. He had been impressive winning a Newcastle trial in late September and the blinkers come off on Sunday.

RACE 1, FREE GATE ENTRY AT WYONG TODAY MAIDEN 1000m: Local speedster Perfect Style has been beaten into second place when an odds on favourite in his past two starts and can atone here. He is a fast horse and the 3 year old in between his last two starts won two trials by big spaces. Versetto is on debut on the back of two recent trial wins and Progression will be improved by a strong debut second at Port Macquarie. SELECTIONS: 3 PERFECT STYLE, 5 VERSETTO, 8 PROGRESSION

RACE 2, CHRISTMAS AT THE RACES NOV 29 & DEC 13 MAIDEN 1350m: Antelope is a first starter with trial wins at Rosehill. She has a good pedigree and has drawn nicely. New Zealand bred filly Chilly Cha Cha has been trialing well and has claims while Thinking Ahead is expected to improve on his first up failure. SELECTIONS: 5 ANTELOPE, 6 CHILLY CHA CHA, 1 THINKING AHEAD

RACE 3, WWW.TAB.COM.AU METRO & PROV MAIDEN 1600m: Delos is a front runner well placed in this field. He was run down late when a length second at Canterbury two starts back and last start he led when beaten 1.75 lengths on this track on October 12. Flying Rose is close to a win after two close seconds at Newcastle recently and Undaunted has been placed in his past two starts. SELECTIONS: 6 DELOS, 5 FLYING ROSE, 8 UNDAUNTED

RACE 4, WARREN CLARK MEMORIAL Cl 2 1350m: Calabasas has only saluted once but he is clearly the class runner. He was a finalist in the Provincial Championship in April and he was only beaten a head by Gibraltar Girl at Randwick two starts later. Calabasas needed the run when beaten 2.8 lengths at Randwick first up recently. Banner Season could sprint well fresh and San Francisco is racing well. SELECTIONS: 1 CALABASAS, 6 BANNER SEASON, 5 SAN FRANCISCO

RACE 5, THE CAMP NORKET MAIDEN 1200m: Easy Eddie has started favourite in his only two starts and he should break through here. He was on odds on favourite when fourth on debut at Gosford in May and he was a close second at Kembla three weeks back. Easy Eddie bolted in with a Hawkesbury trial on Monday. Oxford Gem has speed and he has performed well in barrier trials. Nais Ko is a recent trial winner with a chance. SELECTIONS: 2 EASY EDDIE, 1 OXFORD GEM, 8 NAIS KO

RACE 6, STELLA ARTOIS ONCOURSE NOW BM60 1600m: Turnberry looked good winning on debut at Scone a month back and he followed up with a solid second at Hawkesbury last start. He will appreciate the ‘1600’ and has drawn well. Spinning Gold is a front runner in form with a recent win on this track. Krystal won well at Hawkesbury last start. SELECTIONS: 6 TURNBERRY, 4 SPINNING GOLD, 1 KRYSTAL

RACE 7, MAGIC MILLIONS AT WYONG DEC 21 BM72 1200m: Calabasas will appreciate the 3 kilogram claim and he is the one to beat if he runs in this race. He has raced well in much stronger fields than this. He will be fitter after his creditable performance at Randwick recently. Gadfly is consistent and he was an easy winner here in late August. Dorf Star has finished on the placegetters heels in his past two Warwick farm starts SELECTIONS: 3 CALABASAS, 2 GADFLY, 4 DORF STAR

RACE 8, CANADIAN CLUB Cl1 1200m: Meliboea ran on strong to win first up at Hawkesbury two weeks ago. Her 2 year old form in the autumn was good and she should position up behind the leaders. Persia always put in and she is a winner here and Discussions has a chance. SELECTIONS: 6 MELIBOEA, 8 PERSIA, 7 DISCUSSIONS

GARY HARLEY' S LATE MAIL RACE 1 3 PERFECT STYLE – VERY FAST. TAKE RUNNING DOWN 5 VERSETTO – UNBEATEN 2 TRIALS 8 PROGRESSION – FITTER THIS TIME 1 CHALMERS – RACED GREEN BUT OK LAST START

RACE 2 5 ANTELOPE – 1ST START. MULTIPLE TRIAL WINS 6 CHILLY CHA CHA – TRIALS GOOD ENOUGH 1 THINKING AHEAD – DISAPPOINTING 1ST UP. FITTER 2 SUN AND HEIR – PLACE

RACE 3 6 DELOS – BOLD FRONT RUNNER. BIG PLAYER 3 FLYING ROSE – KNOCKING ON THE DOOR 9 UNDAUNTED – NOT FAR AWAY LAST TWO 1 IVORYMAN – CAN IMPROVE HERE

RACE 4 1 CALABASAS – CLASS ABOVE THESE 6 BANNER SEASON – COULD SPRINT WELL FRESH 5 SAN FRANCISCO – IN TOP FORM 1 LIBERTINE MISS – UP IN CLASS BUT COULD PLACE

RACE 5 2 EASY EDDIE – HEAVILY BACKED BOTH STARTS. THIS IS HIS RACE 1 OXFORD GEM – SPEEDY WITH GOOD TRIAL FORM 8 NAIS KO – POOR POST RACE RECOVERY ONLY START 7 HEAT HAZE – 1ST START. TRIALS OK

RACE 6 6 TURNBERRY – BOTH RUNS SOLID. DISTANCE SUITS 4 SPINNING GOLD – LEADER HARD TO RUN DOWN 1 KRYSTAL – HARD TO FAULT FORM 7 THE IRON MAIDEN – NEVER FAR AWAY

RACE 7 3 CALABASAS – FITTER & VITAL GEAR CHANGE 2 GADFLY – NO LUCK R’W LAST SATURDAY 4 DORF STAR – ON PLACEGETTERS HEELS LAST TWO 7 TRUST ME – WON 2 TRIALS RECENTLY

RACE 8 6 MELIBOEA – TALENTED & GOOD 1ST UP 8 PERSIA – A WIN & 2 2NDS ONLY 3 STARTS 7 I AM SPECIAL – TOO CLASSY AT CANBERRA 2 LOMAZZO – PROLIFIC PLACEGETTER

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