A big day of racing for the stable at Beaudesert Racing Club today where we have four runners lining up, all to be ridden by international jockey Mark Du Plessis.

Trainer Chris Munce previews our four runners below:

Three-year-old filly EPICTION has her second run this preparation in the Haack Logistics QTIS Three-Years-Old Maiden Plate (1100m), after spending more than 12 months away from the racetrack.

TRAINER COMMENTS: “I am looking for an improved effort from her. She has a senior rider on and I hope to see a much improved effort from her.”

Race 4 – 2:08PM HAACK LOGISTICS QTIS Three-Years-Old Maiden Plate (1100 METRES)

8. Epiction (2), Mark Du Plessis, 55kg

Three-year-old filly HELFUCHI (pictured) will be looking to make it two wins on the trot in the Class 1 Handicap (1200m) after breaking her maiden with a nice win at Ipswich last start with Mark Du Plessis in the saddle.

TRAINER COMMENTS: “She has trained on well since her last start and hopefully she gets a good run on the speed and should be hard to beat again.”

Race 5 – 2:48PM BEAUDESERT CUP 23 JUNE Class 1 Handicap (1200 METRES)

5. Helfuchi (7), Mark Du Plessis, 57.5kg

Sprinter ZOUTANO lines up in the Barrier Reef Pools Benchmark 62 Handicap (1100m), looking to improve on a last-start ninth at Ipswich.

TRAINER COMMENTS: “He has freshened up nicely and looks terrific and from the good draw he should be able to use his speed to advantage and I’m sure he will acquit himself well.”

Race 6 – 3:27PM BARRIER REEF POOLS BenchMark 62 Handicap (1100 METRES)

8. Zoutano (2), Mark Du Plessis, 58kg

DISTROYIA has been scratched from the the Class 2 (1630m) and will instead run in the Trackside Photography Benchmark 58 (1400m) after a close-up fourth at the Gold Coast last start over the same distance.

TRAINER COMMENTS: “He strikes a good race here. His run the other day was very good and hopefully he finds a nice spot from the draw.”

Race 7 – 4:05PM TRACKSIDE PHOTOGRAPHY Colts, Geldings & Entires BenchMark 58 Handicap (1400 METRES)

7. Distroyia (6), Mark Du Plessis, 58kg

Good luck to all connections.


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