Our analyst has reviewed the sectional times, ratings & replays from last Saturday’s Caulfield meeting & has placed five horses you must follow in our black book below.

He’s going to be in for a nice winter campaign based on her first-up fourth at Caulfield behind Mrs Chrissie. She was slow to begin and the leaders controlled the tempo up front. She came to the outside before the turn and then she produced the fastest last 400m (21.97 seconds) and 200m (11.16 sec) for the meeting.


Talented mare who returned to form with an unlucky fourth placing behind Title Fighter. She was a bit show out and settled well back. In the straight when she had a lot to give, she continually found trouble and she couldn’t get clear galloping room. She should have finished closer.


Looked to be in the perfect spot behind the leaders but they had controlled the tempo which wasn’t fast. He stretched out well to finish third recording the eighth fastest last 400 metres of the day with a time of 22.28 seconds. He’s crying out for 2000 meters.


A typical sound Munhamek effort. He needed the speed on and he didn’t get it. He flew home recording the second fastest last 200m for the meeting of 11.24 seconds. He’s being set for the Winter Championship series.


He’s shaping as if he wants 2400 metres. It was a good effort to hang on for third in the 2000m three-year-old event as he was the only on pacer to hang on. He was left in front with 200m and then was swamped by Aztec State and Real Steel. He fought on well and he will only improve with racing.

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