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Saturday Blackbookers - November 27

  • We've reviewed all of the city meetings from November 27
  • The team have assembled their runners to follow from the Ascot, Caulfield, Morphettville and Rosehill cards
  • Saturday Blackbook runners are included below
Saturday Blackbookers from November 27
Sinawann was an impressive Caulfield winner on Saturday. (Getty)
Bets.com.au Staff 29 Nov 2021
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Race 4 - Holy Enchantment (second): Has run into two dominant front-running displays to start the prep and especially staying at the 1400m, wasn't as suited second-up behind a classy Nowhiteflag, who dictated proceedings. After being slightly tardy away, he had to do a lot of work just to find a position and was still the pick of chasers. Going well, but crying out for 1600m now.

Race 9 - Loretinio (fifth): With his second-up form around Comfort Me and Proconsent, there was no surprise to this veteran well backed, but he's done every inch of the donkey work, sitting three-wide without cover and giving the eventual winner a perfect tow into it. Only beaten a tick over three lengths despite a horror run and goes close next start in this grade with a better draw.


Race 5 - Perfect World (third). Was placed at Group Three level, yet is only a 74 rater so she can drop right back in grade and be placed to perfection in 78 level from team Freedman. She has only had three runs this time in and although only a little mare, she has an engine and will still be peaking next start. Don’t expect a big price in the market, but expect a positive result.

Race 8 - Bonvicini (second). It is quite clear that she should have won, switching over heels on the inside and being baulked for clear air with 100m to go. She rocketed hard to the line in the final 50m to only go down a long neck and seeing it has taken her the whole spring to find form, expect the stable to keep her in work.

Race 9 - Sinawann (first). This entire has class written all over him as his international form suggested prior to coming down under, running against the likes of Japan, Armory and Mogul. Although it was only the Kevin Heffernan, it was the manner in which he won that was so impressive, dominating with a great turn-of-foot and we know he's only going to improve over a mile plus.


Race 7 - Call Me Shamus (fourth): Was on the receiving end of a horror steer second-up, but has bounced back, where from near the rear and wide, was the only runner making any impression from back in the field. A versatile gelding that won four last prep from 1200m to 1950m, he saluted fourth-up and recorded two victories deep in that prep, so there's still improvement to come.

Race 8 - Outlaws Revenge (first): At just start 10 in his second prep and despite still doing plenty wrong, it's scary to think how good this four-year-old could be. Cost himself lengths when bucking just after the start, he then over-raced and hung-out in the straight, launching over the last 50m to somehow get the win. Should've beaten a handy enough listed field here by much further. Nice horse.


Race 5 - Cloudy (third): Was one of many on the meeting to not handle the Heavy 10 track, but has stuck on as well most and being first-up as a three-year-old filly against older rivals, with the winner Irish Angel a mudlark, there was merit to the performance. Lost her prior heavy track outing by a bigger margin before winning three of her next four, including two stakes' races.

Race 8 - Brutality (fourth): Began only fairly and at the 1300m, was restrained to find cover, which eventually saw him last and chasing prior the turn in a slowly run affair. Off the bit and still under riding, it was a good effort to eventually run on into fourth despite having zero favours. Won on the seven-day back-up last prep and has been nominated for this Saturday.

Race 9 - Brookspire (second): Wide and without cover, while spotting ground to a leader that was superbly rated, this mare was exactly where you don't want to be at Rosehill, but has continued to make ground in the run home, putting more than three lengths on third in the process. 1400m-1600m is more suitable, but still would've gone close here with a better draw.


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