Golden Rose Colt Contenders Win Trials

Tara Madgwick - Friday July 30

Our crystal ball story on Thursday featuring Golden Rose contenders became news topical on Friday morning when three of the key colts mentioned in the story won barrier trials at Rosehill.

Click here to read the story on Golden Rose contenders.
 

G2 Silver Slipper winner Home Affairs looked good winning his trial this morning.

I Am Invincible colt Home Affairs was having his first trial this time in and looked big and strong. He led all the way to win his heat for Group and Listed horses over 900m by the best part of a length in 56.12 seconds. The trial was run on the course proper with the cones set out wide.
 

 


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b’s little brother Remarque was having his second trial back and was asked to settle after jumping before powering to the line to win his 900m heat by a length in 54.27 seconds.
 

 



Second in the Group I ATC Champagne Stakes and second in the Group I ATC Sires Produce, Fastnet Rock colt Hilal looked in great shape for his return. He surged to the line under a hold to win in 55.78 seconds and may not a Group I bridesmaid for long.

 



 

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