Toowoomba Blackbookers - Latest Horses To Follow
- Brodie Nickson has provided the runners to follow from the Toowoomba card on September 26
- Check out which horses caught his eye as the one's to mark down
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Toowoomba hosted its feature program on September 26. (ALLSPORT)
Toowoomba Turf Club held their annual Weetwood Handicap meeting on Saturday where the track was a Good 4.
The track played mostly fairl throughout the day albeit with some advantage for leaders which is the usual for Toowoomba.
Toowoomba Blackbookers September 26
Tracy May (Second): This Tony Gollan-trained mare was extremely unlucky resuming over 1050m, and can bounce back to the winners circle second-up.
Jumping from barrier four under Ryan Maloney, the four-year-old daughter of Redoute's Choice was slowly away which arguably cost her victory when forced to settle near last on the rail.
Ryan Maloney was forced to search for clear running room around the turn and throughout the straight, only receiving clear room 200m from home, charging home into second behind Le Palmier.
Set to step up over her optimum trip over 1100m to 1200m, Tracy May returned in fantastic order and looks on track for a fantastic preparation.
Bajan Gold (Fourth): This gelding can count himself extremely unlucky in the Toowoomba Cup, finishing fourth where he certainly should have placed and arguably should have won the race.
Drawing barrier ten, the six-year-old gelding was always going to be forced to near last of the field, however, after never receiving any room throughout the straight, was bolting throughout the field to narrowly miss third place.
Entering the race on the back of consecutive victories, his only in over two years, Andrew Mallyon held a stranglehold of the Lope De Vega gelding all the way down the straight, exploding when seeing clean air 100m from home.
Racing in career best form, Bajan Gold is airborne at the moment and should be winning his next start.
Red Chase (Second): Desleigh Forster's five-year-old gelding strung five straight wins together last preparation, and looks to have returned in even better touch off this outstanding run in the Weetwood Handicap.
Settling last on the rail from barrier seven, the son of Red Element charged home into second, powering along the rail running the quickest late splits of the race.
Resuming over 1200m, Red Chase's best form is over 1350m and 1400m, and off his performance on Saturday looks to have returned in career best form.
Boasting form around Soxagon and Thy Kingdom Come, Red Chase is a horse to follow throughout the Queensland spring.
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