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The King Tip – Saturday 07 September 2019

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EAGLE FARM

RACE 5

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J: Mark Du Plessis

T: Anderson Heathcote Racing

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EAGLE FARM HAS EVEN HEATHCOTE BEMUSED

Nathan Exelby
The Courier-Mail 

ROB Heathcote has told his owners he has no idea what to expect from his big team of runners at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

The multiple premiership-winning trainer is usually frank in assessing his horses but with the way Eagle Farm has been in its first two months since returning, he has no confidence in how his runners will perform.

“On paper it looks like I’m taking a strong team to the races, but how would you know how they will handle this track?” Heathcote said.

“It’s a mystery. It’s disappointing the way the track has raced and I just hope it comes good in the next few months so we can have some consistency.’’

Oberland is the most fancied of Heathcote’s 10 Eagle Farm acceptors and the trainer feels he should be unbeaten this time in.

“Hopefully Sairyn (Fawke) can have him two off the fence in the run and then just bring him to the outside,” he said.

Kelly Doughty’s Flamboyer is on trial for a start in Newcastle’s Cameron Handicap when he runs in the Chairman’s Club Handicap.

He will be ridden by apprentice Matt McGillivray, who intends to take Saturday rides in Brisbane during Sydney’s spring carnival.

Two-state premiership winner Larry Cassidy will make a low-key return when he takes the mount on Les Kelly’s Forbidden Kisses at the Gold Coast (Race 7) on Saturday in his first ride since June last year.

OWN A 2017 MAGIC MILLION’S / GOLDEN SLIPPER FILLY

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BUY A SHARE IN A STUNNING LOOKING 2 YEAR OLD FILLY WITH PROVEN GROUP 1 WINNING RACEHORSE MANAGER’S & SYNDICATOR’S ‘SLADE BLOODSTOCK’ TO BE TRAINED BY CHAMPION QLD TRAINER AND MASTER OF SPRINTER’S ROB HEATHCOTE AT EAGLE FARM; 

SEBRING X MRS SLOCOMBE FILLY


SEBRING X MRS SLOCOMBE FILLY

Sire: Sebring

Dam: Mrs Slocombe

Colour: Chestnut

Gender: Filly

Age: 2 year old

Foaled: Sep 21st, 2014

Country: Australia

 

 

 

AFTER BEING BROKEN-IN THE BREAKER SAID;

“SHE’S DEFNITELY AN EARLY 2 YEAR OLD TYPE……….WHO ALSO POSSESSES TERRIFIC BARRIER MANNERS AND LIGHTNING FAST GATE SPEED” 

THAT MAKES HER A PERFECT CANDIDATE FOR NEXT JANUARY’S $2.5 MILLION MAGIC MILLION’S 2 YEAR OLD CLASSIC ON THE GOLD COAST, HAVING BEEN BOUGHT AT THE M.M. AND FULLY PAID UP FOR THE $10 MILLION A YEAR RACE DAY EACH JANUARY. 

Gun trainer ROB HEATHCOTE trains this cracking filly by the sire and champion 2 year old himself, Golden Slipper winner SEBRING. The filly was the “buy of the day” on day 3 of the Magic Millions Gold Coast sale.

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I marked her in my catalogue as: athlete, very powerful, very correct, good size, good balance, light on her feet and quite a bit of length to her.

All those attributes fit the bill perfectly for a speedy 2 year old type.

Join the “all-conquering” Heathcote stable hot off the sensational win by BUFFERING in Dubai…Rob has done a super job with him as he does all his horses and his communication / re pore with EVERY single one of his owner’s is better than any trainer in Australia! You’ll be kept up to the minute about the fillies training track progress and future racing plans up to 3 or 4 times a week.

Again she an ideal type for the 2017 Magic Millions 2yo Classic worth $2.5 million but with further scope as an older horse as well. Should she run up to our expectations in the Million’s and stay 100% sound the $3.5 million Golden Slipper is also well on the radar. She’s a carbon copy physically of Capitalist, so who knows?!?!

Lightning might strike twice and we could have our very own a Million’s / Slipper winning filly…. it certainly wouldn’t shock me if she did rise to those dizzy heights, that’s how well she broke in & how well she’s done since!

ONLY 12.5% OF THE FILLY REMAINS SO GET IN QUICK!

A 10% SHARE COSTS: $12,500

A 5% SHARE COSTS: $6,250

A 2.5% SHARE COSTS: $3,125

 

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ONLY A $330 ADMINISTRATION FEE IS PAYABLE UP-FRONT AND THE REST YOU CAN PAY OFF IN YOUR OWN TIME AND WITH BARGAIN INTEREST RATES OF JUST 3% (6 MONTHS) & 9% (12 MONTHS). 

IF YOU’RE INTERESTED IN BECOMING INVOLVED WITH THIS HIGHLY EXCITING FILLY PLS CONTACT US ASAP BEFORE SHARES SELL OUT – WE CAN SEND YOU A P.D.S, VETS REPORT & OTHER RELEVANT DOCUMENTS TO ENSURE YOU SECURE YOUR SHARE!

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OR

PHONE / TEXT ME ON 0404 99 77 47

 

SHARES AVAILABLE: BEAUTIFUL SEBRING FILLY TO BE TRAINED BY ROB HEATHCOTE

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SEBRING X MRS SLOWCOMBE

SHARES AVAILABLE IN A  BEAUTIFUL SEBRING FILLY TO BE TRAINED BY IN BRISBANE BY INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION TRAINER ROB HEATHCOTE.

Photo Sebring x Mrs Slocombe Filly MM

CLICK: Sebring x Mrs Slocombe Filly Pedigree Page

SEBRING X MRS SLOCOMBE FILLY

1 year old Chestnut Filly

Sire: Sebring Dam: Mrs Slocombe

ROB HEATHCOTE trains this Sebring filly breaker says she’s an early type perfect for Magic Millions 2017.

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MAGIC MILLIONS & BOBS

CLOSE RELATION TO THE GUN NEW SIRE I AM INVINCIBLE

Gun trainer ROB HEATHCOTE trains this cracking filly by the sire, Golden Slipper winner SEBRING, was the “buy of the day” on day 3 of the Magic Millions Gold Coast sale.

I marked her in my catalogue as: athlete, very powerful, very correct, good size, good balance, light on her feet and quite a bit of length to her.

Join the “all-conquering” Heathcote stable hot off the sensational win by BUFFERING in Dubai…Rob has done a super job with him as he does all his horses.

Again an ideal type for the 2017 Magic Millions 2yo of $2.5M but with further scope as an older horse as well.

She has been broken-in..the breaker was very glowing!

He said: “Real 2yo, very forward, early type for sure. Barrier education very good”.

SEBRING is a very well sort after sire indeed getting all sorts of successful and very versatile gallopers.

10% $12,500

5% $6,250

#Finance available 12 months @ 9% 6 months @ 3%

 

IF YOU’RE INTERESTED OR WANT MORE INFORMATION;

EMAIL; mitch.fenton1988@gmail.com

PHONE; Mitch – 0404 99 77 47

 

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IPSWICH TIPS -WEDNESDAY – 02/12/15

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Race 3. 4 – Pudmardels
Race 4. 5 – Choose the Moment
Race 5. 3 – Fortini *
Race 6. 2 – Pay Zone Princess
Race 7. 8 – Blooded
Race 8. 2 – Rising Luck

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HEATHCOTE AIMS TO PINCH MAGIC MILLIONS CUP

Nathan Exelby — The Sunday Mail (Qld) 

ROB Heathcote sees no sense in an interstate campaign for Pinch River, believing the Magic Millions carnival in January is more sensible for the emerging sprinter.

Pinch River vindicated the trainer’s opinion that he had come back in superb order after responding brilliantly to a daring Jim Byrne ride in a Class 6, 1200m race at Doomben on Saturday.

“He was drawn awkward and I wanted to be proactive so when the others were having a look early, I was able to go to the front and then give him some easy sections in the middle stages,” Byrne said.

Pinch River coasted through his first 600m in 35 seconds before flying home to stop the clock in a ­sizzling 1min 08.67sec.

Byrne said the son of Denman should have also won first-up but put his foot in a slippery patch and lost momentum.

“I am surprised at the time, but good horses can do that,” he said.

Heathcote praised owners Angie and Neil Duncan for backing his decision to abort a luckless winter campaign prematurely.

“Confidence to a horse is everything and I was conscious of that when he kept having tough runs,” Heathcote said. 
“He has a nice future and I believe he will make it to stakes grade, but I’m not going to Melbourne.

“I would prefer to stay here and go through to open company and then have a crack at the Magic Millions Cup.”

Trainer Desleigh Forster will run Too Good To Refuse in a mile race before considering a trip south for the Spring Champion Stakes after the son of Rothesay won in fast time on Saturday.

Dropping back from 1600m, Too Good To Refuse handled the transition to 1350m with ease and proved too strong for the higher-weighted Most Important in the run to the line.

“He should have won three weeks ago and I think he’s a really nice horse,” Forster said.

Fellow trainer Brian Smith praised the ride of James Orman after Lock’s Legend made it back-to-back wins.

“We both thought Revitalise was the one to beat and decided to follow him and let him do the work for us,” Smith said. “He’s come a long way this horse. He started out leading in 1200m races, and now he’s fully mature I think he will run 2000m.”

Buffering back for the spring

Star sprinter Buffering has come through his race day gallop in good order and it’s all systems go for another Group One campaign.
  
The eight-year-old stepped out in public for the first time in months for a gallop between races at Doomben on Saturday.

Buffering missed the Brisbane winter carnival with a ligament injury but trainer Robert Heathcote’s biggest concern now is the fitness of his jockey not his horse.
  
Damian Browne is recovering from knee surgery and is hoping to be back in time to be reunited with Buffering to defend the Moir Stakes on October 2.

“Three weeks ago Damian rang me and said he was really worried that he wouldn’t be able to ride `Buff’ so we placed Luke Nolen on stand-by,” Heathcote said.

“When I spoke to him last Sunday he was a lot more optimistic but will know more when he sees his surgeon in a couple of weeks.”

All going well after the Moir, Buffering will run in the Manikato Stakes at Moonee Valley on October 23 and the Darley Classic at Flemington in November.

Heathcote is keen to take the eight-year-old back to Perth for the Group One Winterbottom Stakes, a race he won narrowly in 2013 after taking out the VRC Sprint, now Darley Classic.

The winner of four Group One races and placed in a host of others, Buffering has amassed almost $5 million prize money.

Buffering’s galloping partner on Saturday, Hopfgarten, will resume in the Group One Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield on September 26.

  

The gelding will then head to the Group One Toorak Handicap (1600m) at Caulfield in October, which Heathcote won in 2012 and 13 with Solzhenitsyn.

Hoof abscess setback for Buffering in HK

Buffering VRC Sprint Classic Flem 091113 QL

http://www.racingfans.com.au/article/hoof-abscess-setback-for-buffering-in-hk/9731/rf127

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