THE MUNCE REPORT - SATURDAY PREVIEW

Aug 10, 2018

Consistent mare HELLAROO will be looking to breakthrough for her first win this preparation in today's Eloise Gannon Foundation Fillies and Mares Class 6 Plate (1200m) at Doomben.

The six-year-old mare has been racing well since joining the Munce Racing stable, recording three seconds from five starts since resuming, and gets her chance to breakthrough today as she drops back to fillies and mares grade for the first time this preparation.

The stable also has rising four-year-old mare DREAM DANZA resuming at the Gold Coast in the Maiden Handicap (1200m).

Trainer Chris Munce previews their chances below:

Doomben: Brisbane Racing Club@Doomben Saturday 11, August 2018 | View race field

Race 1 - 11:32AM ELOISE GANNON FOUNDATION Fillies and Mares Class 6 Plate (1200 METRES)
ColoursNo. / Horse Name / BarrierJockeyWeight
4. Hellaroo (2)Ron Stewart    57.5kg

TRAINER COMMENTS: "A good draw with Ronnie Stewart to ride, so I expect her to be very competitive. It looks an even sort of race but they’re only fillies and mares so from the good draw I’ll be instructing Ronnie to come out a bit neutral on her. If he could be third on the fence or 1-out-1-back that would be the perfect spot to be. She is as good as I can have her and the way she’s been racing, she certainly deserves to win a race like this."


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Gold Coast: Gold Coast Turf Club Saturday 11, August 2018 | View race field

Race 4 - 2:08PM RIC DELLOSA COLOUR PRINTING EXECUTIVE Maiden Handicap (1200 METRES)
ColoursNo. / Horse Name / BarrierJockey  Weight
16. Dream Danza (2)Alannah Fancourt     54.5kg

TRAINER COMMENTS: "I expect her to race very well fresh, her coat still hasn’t turned to look as well as I would have liked but she’d done a lot of work and is fit enough to go to the races. From the good draw, I’ll be instructing Alannah Fancourt to just box-seat her behind the leaders somewhere and if she can get the right run into the race I expect her to be competitive and run a cheeky race for us."