Three to follow from Flemington jumpouts July 28

Darryl Sherer - Sunday July 30

While most of the attention was on the proven performers at Friday's Flemington jumpouts there were several yet to race that could prove profitable for punters to follow.

Consider It Done (orange) and Madeenaty at the finish of heat eight. Photo: Darryl Sherer

Friday's heats were on the course proper, the first nine down the straight with the last five over 800m, starting from the 2000m and on the outside, the track riding in the good(4) range.

Racenet has highlighted three relatively unexposed horses for punters to follow.

Click here to see the 14 heats.


Unraced two-year-old filly by Manhattan Rain, trained by Hawkes Racing. Just edged Madeenaty in heat eight, racing wide apart. Consider It Done was always under a hold from James Winks on the outside and just shading it on the line - both still well on the bridle and 1 1/2-lengths clear in 47.31 seconds. The James Cummings-trained Stunned, an unraced son of Reset, went pleasingly, chasing Madeenaty all the way and not pressured late to finish fourth.

Career (Unraced)


Unraced two-year-old colt by Hinchinbrook and trained by Chris Waller. Tucked in behind the early speed in heat six, won by Catchy in 47.54 seconds. Travelled comfortably all the way, never asked to go any faster and through the line well on the bridle in sixth, beaten two lengths by the Blue Diamond Stakes winner. Showed ability in two barrier trials in Sydney, the latest when third to Saturday's Rosehill winner D'Argento last December and he shapes as though there is further improvement off this effort.

Career (Unraced)


Unraced two-year-old son of Dansili, trained by Nigel Blackiston and foaled to southern hemisphere time. Unplaced in heat three, won by Kobayashi in 47.28 seconds but showed he can gallop. Looked lost up the straight, jumping inwards from the inside barrier before settling back. Balanced up and found his stride late, working home to finish sixth, beaten six lengths, without any real riding. Might be a patient wait as he will be better with experience and over further than this trip but shapes like a horse with ability.

Career (Unraced)

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