Munce Racing has four stable runners lining up at race meetings at Doomben and the Gold Coast today.
Trainer Chris Munce gives his thoughts on all our runners below:
Doomben: Tattersall’s Racing Club Saturday 21, July 2018 | View race field
|Race 5 – 2:07PM STELLA ARTOIS BenchMark 70 Handicap (1200 METRES)
TRAINER COMMENTS: “She’s drawn a bit sticky but hopefully Jeff can slot in somewhere off the lead and get a bit of cover on her and from there, I’m confident she’ll hit the line pretty strongly. I was very proud of her effort at Grafton and if she can race up to that again, she’s certainly going to be competitive in a race like this.”
Gold Coast: Gold Coast Turf Club Saturday 21, July 2018 | View race field
|Race 2 – 12:03PM $25 SUPER SATURDAYS QTIS Two-Years-Old Maiden Plate (1200 METRES)
TRAINER COMMENTS: “I’m hopeful from the barrier she can put herself into a good competitive spot and now that she’s had the one run under the belt we’d like to see her improve again going up to the 1200m. I’m expecting An improved effort from her and as long as she runs a more competitive race I’ll be happy.
|Race 6 – 2:23PM WAYNE COX 2O YEAR MEMORIAL Maiden Handicap (1800 METRES)
TRAINER COMMENTS: “It looks a nice race and even though she’s drawn a bit sticky, the 9 barrier probably gives her rider Michael Hellyer the chance to roll forward and hopefully she can race a little more prominent. I’ve been very happy with her since her last start effort at Grafton which I thought was a much improved run and hopefully she can be super competitive in a race like this tomorrow.”
|Race 7 – 3:03PM JPM VALUERS & PROPERTY CONSULTANTS QTIS Three-Years-Old Class 1 Plate (1100 METRES)
TRAINER COMMENTS: “She’s drawn a bit sticky in what looks like a pretty strong QTIS race. She’s a very fit racehorse and I expect she’ll be able to roll forward and if not lead, be second or third. Hopefully the race fitness will come into play and she can sustain it right through the line.