GLEN Boss has never been back in entrance brazen in terms of Puissance De Lune’s open prospects, though after roving him in work during Ballarat his fad usually increased.
Boss couldn’t enclose his unrestrained for a grey stallion on Saturday morning after roving him for a initial time given he dead-heated on him in a Blamey Stakes in March.
“He’s an sparkling prospect. He could be a best equine in Australia,” he said.
“He felt improved than he did in a autumn and also final spring. He’s put on 50 kilos and it’s all flesh and bulk.
“He’s unequivocally furnished. He’s a large absolute bull. He looked magnificent.”
Boss pronounced a Ballarat lane was water-logged and they wouldn’t competition on it so he didn’t pull him out in a 900m trial.
“He was on a bit via and cantered turn to finish second,” he said.
“I don’t consider I’ve ever been on a lane that is that complicated so we only cruised around. He was on a check a whole approach and he cantered into second placing.”
Boss pronounced it was a best Puissance De Lune had felt in terms of his action.
“His movement felt improved than it did final autumn when he had that slight problem and it felt improved than final spring,” he said.
“There’s a prolonged approach forward though we would consider he’d be tough to kick in anything he contests.”
His tutor Darren Weir pronounced he was gratified with a approach Puissance De Lune pulled adult from a trot and he will run in subsequent Saturday’s Lawrence Stakes (1400m) during Caulfield.
The Lloyd Williams-Robert Hickmott group galloped 5 of their group in between races early in a day.
After a initial competition Sea Moon, Seville and Masked Marvel galloped afterwards after a second competition Green Moon and Thought Worthy galloped.
Brett Prebble rode Sea Moon who was carrying his initial Australian outing.
Last June, Sea Moon won a Group 2 Hardwicke Stakes during Ascot defeating Dunaden and Red Cadeaux.
Sea Moon finished over a tip of a other span and ran his final 200m in 12.1 seconds.
“He tender me over a final 400m. He’s got a good walk and it was good work. He’s streamer in a right direction,” Prebble said.
Prebble pronounced he was tender with a approach Green Moon finished over a final 200m where he ran home in 11.85 seconds.
Part-owner Nick Williams pronounced Sea Moon had acclimatised good to Australia.
“He’s a unequivocally good equine and we’re happy with a approach he’s acclimatised though we don’t unequivocally know until they race,” Williams said.
He pronounced they would aim a Cox Plate and a Melbourne Cup with Sea Moon though would let a equine tell them what races he would run in.
Williams pronounced they hadn’t had any set skeleton when they would lapse other than it would be in possibly a Memsie Stakes (1400m) during Caulfield on Aug 31 or a Makybe Diva Stakes (1600m) during Flemington a following Saturday.
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