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Rosehill Trial Wrap From Tuesday January 14

Alex Marsh has provided a run-down and the highlights from Tuesday's trials at Rosehill
Rosehill trials from 14.01.2020
Autocratic bolted in to score via the fourth trial at Rosehill. (Getty)

Rosehill Trials - Tuesday January 14, 2020

Rosehill Gardens ran their fifteen trials on a Good 4 surface and Alex Marsh has reviewed all of the heats.

Notable Heat

Heat One - Open Trial (900m). Time: 55:11.

Just over two lengths separated the first seven across the line with the multiple group winning mare White Moss (first) taking it out after settling outside the early leader in Adonis Victorius (third).

Chris Waller filled the fourth to seventh placed finishers with the 2019 Turnbull Stakes winner Kings Will Dream (fifth), Night's Watch (sixth) and True Detective (seventh) all ticking over well behind the leading trio and all very early in their campaigns.

Beating them home was Welsh Legend (fourth), a four-year-old daughter of Camelot who despite only having the one win to her name, has been very competitive over a string of group races to date.

She sustained a long and wide run under a hold whilst with a low rating of 75, Welsh Legend is a galloper that is forward enough and looks ready to progress through the grades this preparation.

Fastest Heats

Heat Four - Open Trial (1030m). Time: 1:01:95.

The Peter & Paul Snowden-trained Autocratic (first) was there for a strong hit-out in his second trial this time in and subsequently bolted in.

With flashes of potential shown to date over his nine start career, this half brother to the multiple group one winner Russian Revolution also returns a few stones lighter as a gelding.

The margins and intent of the winner make it a little inconclusive behind him, however the Godolphin pair of Deference (second) and Roheryn (third) worked fairly and are both nearing a return to the races.

Ilwendo (fifth) is a lightly raced staying import from the Matthew Smith yard and aiming to build off his last preparation where he won two of his last three runs in strong fashion, this was a sound first public hit-out for the campaign.

Heat Eleven - 3yo C&G Open Trial (900m). Time: 53:42.

Mir (first) is a talented gelding from the Team Hawkes operation who responded to take over in the run home from the early leader in Lanigera (third).

By Deep Field and out a half sister to the listed winning Foxy Housewife, he won a fair maiden comfortably on soft ground in his September debut before being tipped out.

Nuclear Summit (second) is another returning galloper who won a Provincial maiden back in August prior to being spelled and was going through his gears very comfortably here.

A full brother to the dual listed winner Ef Troop, this three-year-old is giving the impression that may be able to stretch out to seven or eight furlongs this time whilst the last two home in Camp Rifle (fourth) and Fortress Command (fifth) were just there to go around.

Superbellaa wins heat 6 from a fast finishing Muntaseera. (Getty)

Best Performers

Heat Three - Picaro. Heat Six - Muntaseera. Heat Eight - Mission River. Heat Nine - Spokesman. Heat Eleven - Mir. Heat Twelve - Darling Point. Heat Thirteen - Dancing Gidget. Heat Fourteen - Front Money. Heat Fifteen - Way Back When.

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