Find out what the jockeys made of their mounts after the Group 1 $700,000 Bisley Workwear Galaxy (1100m) at Rosehill Gardens.
Nash Rawiller (Eduardo): “He’s a jet. He jumped good and there was obviously plenty of pace inside us but he jumps into his rhythm so much he bluffed them out of trying to lead us.
“He loves following the fence and I saw the ground is still okay right on it. He’s just a machine and he was too good.
“He’ll be in it (The Everest, again this) year. A hundred percent he’ll be a genuine contender. He’s come back a better horse this season and he feels like to me he will only get better.”
Eduardo wins the Bisley Workwear Galaxy at Rosehill
Craig Williams (Order Of Command): “Really impressed with his performance. It was the deepest race he’s been in. Danny O’Brien’s stable was very confident of his performance coming up here today. The barrier was a disadvantage but he closed off well in a real tough G1.”
Tim Clark (Jonker): “He was really brave and ran really well.”
Tommy Berry (Dirty Work): “Bad gate and we had to go back to last but he’s flown home for fourth.”
James McDonald (Haut Brion Her): “Nice return.”
Kerrin McEvoy (Wild Ruler): “Ran nicely. He was back further than we thought he might be think he is better on top of the ground.”
Andrew Adkins (Easy Eddie): “Beautiful run in transit. I thought he ran a huge race.”
Jade Darose (Jungle Edge): “Track has dried out and we drew a bit awkward. Travelled good but couldn’t quicken with the track firmish.”
Robbie Dolan (Splintex): “No luck from the gate.”
Glen Boss (Bella Vella): “I was never in a position to win the race.”
Kathy O'Hara (Fiesta): “Honest effort. Probably just lacks that G1 class.”
Rachel King (Tailleur): “Good run. Probably just dried out a little too much for her.”
Brenton Avdulla (Fabergino): “She didn’t go at all. She got very upset pre-race and that was it.”
Stephanie Thornton (The Odyssey): “A bit too quick for him today.”