Godolphin galloper Tally found his best form to snap a 392 day run of outs with a solid victory under Tim Clark.
Find out what the jockeys made of their horses’ runs in the Group 3 JRA Plate (2000m) at Royal Randwick.
Tim Clark (Tally): “He’s obviously shown talent, been out of the winner’s stall for a while, but from the time I got on his back he gave me a great feel, he came around to the start and felt enormous underneath me and travelled like that throughout.
“Once we straightened up, he saw a bit of daylight and he really dashed quickly, had a bit of look when he got there, but did a nice job.”
“I looked up after we went passed the crossing and I couldn’t see Arbeitsam, I was a bit surprised, but they were definitely hiking along and set it up nicely for my bloke.”
Tally shows a return to his best taking out the JRA Plate at Royal Randwick
Brenton Avdulla (Nettoyer): “She went tremendous. Just didn’t have luck.”
Andrew Adkins (Rising Red): “Huge run. Might have been a touch sharp for him late.”
Adam Hyeronimus (Arbeitsam): “He just blew the start.”
Blake Shinn (Vengeur Masque): “The horse ran well. He’s obviously suited over longer. The horse acquitted himself nicely.”
Tye Angland (Interlocuter): “He went really good. Wanted to be that one pair closer but they were going too quick for me to do that. He ran well.”
Corey Brown (Maurus): “Never hit the line at all. Needs soft.”
Michael Walker (Montauk): “Might want a bit of rain.”
Kerrin McEvoy (Radipole): “He over raced.”
Damien Oliver (Cool Chap): “He ran OK.”
Next stop for Tally could be the Wagga Cup! He proved too strong in today’s JRA Plate. pic.twitter.com/aoPmLkLTnJ
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Jay Ford (Liapari): “Was OK without being great.”
Christian Reith (The Pinnacle): “Good honest run.”