Kenilworth  -  24 November 2012
 Race No.  Distance  Jockey  Time
 3  1400M MR72 Handicap  Sean Cormack  13h50

 Pre Race   :  Along with all my other runners in this race, he has a very poor draw and on the old course, this will make like extremely tough for him. However, if he has a little bit of luck in running, he will be right there and maybe earn.

 Post Race :  He had some problems during the race, which we will check out carefully.

 Kenilworth  -  31 October 2012
 Race No.  Distance  Jockey  Time
 5  1200M MR76 Divided Handicap  Sean Cormack  15h40

 Pre Race   :  I am just trying him back in trip. I have never really run him back over a straight 6 furlong. There is no reason he shouldn’t run really well in it. Maybe I am trying something I should have tried a long time ago.

 Post Race :  This was a cracking run. The jockey was very pleased as well. He is overdue for a win.

 Durbanville  -  14 October 2012
 Race No.  Distance  Jockey  Time
 5  1200m MR78 Handicap  Christopher Puller  14h35

 Pre Race   :  He doesn’t have a great draw so we will just be having a run round to see where we are with him. He has been doing very well and I am quite excited to see him back on the track. Last year he put up an exceptional first run back. Fingers crossed he does the same here.

 Post Race :  A really, really good run from him. I was very excited by it and he will come on in leaps and bounds. He did not finish far off them and I was more than happy with the run.

 Durbanville  -  30 September 2012
 Race No.  Distance  Jockey  Time
 5  1400m MR74 Handicap  Andrew Nienaber  15h20

 Pre Race   :  This is his first run back after a long layoff and he will need the run. He is drawn middle of the field and we will tuck him in and hope to see him run on at the finish. This run should bring him on nicely.

 Post Race : 

 Durbanville  -  11 April 2012
 Race No.  Distance  Jockey  Time
 7  1800 m  Glen Hatt  16h20

 Pre Race   :  He has a lot of weight. We are now starting to bring him up in trip; he seems distanceless and never gets beaten far but sadly never gets his head in front.

 Post Race : 
He will go to the farm for a month’s rest before coming back into training.







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