Dynamic Runners Look Well Placed This Weekend

07 Jun 19

It’s been a busy 7 days here at Dynamic Syndications with runners around Australia and its set to continue over the next few days.

Over the past week we recorded a Win with LAMMA HILTON at Scone last Friday for trainer Brett Cavanough which increased our tally of winners to 44 this 2018-19 Racing Season and our overall score to 586 Winners since our first runner was a winner in October 2005.

Then on Saturday 1st June CATALANIC ran 0.8 len 2nd over 2400m at Bendigo for Ciaron Maher & David Eustace.

On Sunday in South Australia at Naracoorte REAL THINKER ran 0.5 len 2nd over 1430m on a Heavy track when resuming from a spell for trainer Michael Hickmott.

On Wednesday at Canterbury DISCOMBE ran a 1.0 len 2nd to the $1.15 favourite over 1550m for Gai & Adrian

On Thursday 6 June at Wyong ELABORATE ran a 0.2 len 2nd over 2100m for trainers Richard & Michael Freedman

With no runners on Friday, we catch our breath for a busy weekend.


Starting in Brisbane, Race 1 at 11:10 am sees READY TO PROPHET contesting Race 1 the 1200m Daybreak Lover a Listed Race for 3yo’s where she is taking on the boys. In a tough race on paper, she is to be Ridden by Tim Clark. Ready To Prophet has settled in well to Queensland and her trackwork on Tuesday was first class. However, we have received the visitors draw in 10 of 11 so Tim Clark will have to work the magic he’s known for to get Ready To Prophet over from the wide gate. We expect READY TO PROPHET will be fighting out the finish for her LADIES ONLY Ownership Syndicate trained by Gai & Adrian


Race 2 at 12:00pm sees FRENZIED tackle Bradley Photographers Handicap over 1800m for 3yo’s. He’s a very handy stayer in the making and was on path to have a crack at the Qld Derby but was balloted out so finds this alternative race. A bit short of the trip he’s looking for however his work was first class on Tuesday morning and steps into this event in fine order. He will be ridden by Josh Parr for trainers Gai & Adrian.

Next in Race 3 at 12:35pm is the TAB Highway and our Scone trainer Brett Cavanough has IBINI set to compete in this Class 3 1200m event. A model of consistency, IBINI has started 10 times for 3 Wins, 2 Seconds and 3 thirds and comes into this race second up from a spell off a first up win. He is to be ridden by Lee Magorrian and from barrier 3 will make his presence felt.

Race 9 finishes the day at 4:25pm and our English Import MUSHAIREB (GB) will look to continue his excellent form here in Australia when the Richard & Michael Freedman trained horse will be ridden by inform jockey Rachel King.

He can unfortunately draw an outside barrier this horse. In 4 race starts in Australia, on 3 occasions he has drawn 13 of 15, 11 of 11 and now on Saturday he has been given 19 of 19. Yet despite this, Mushaireb has recorded a Win, a Second, a Third and a Fourth. 

He has been freshened for this event off an 1800m run when 3rd at Rosehill and has a gear change with ear muffs being applied. He’s a bit of a highly-strung character and did things wrong last start in the barriers, in the parade and in the run so we believe this gear change will be an advantage.


Scone trainer Brett Cavanough will take two of our runners to the Sky 2 meeting at Tamworth on Saturday and in competitive fields, we remain confident both horses are well placed.

Race 4 at 2:33pm the promising TOMATIN will be ridden by Luke Cumberland and has come up with barrier 1 in a Set Weights Class 1 / Maiden 1600m event.

Then Race 6 at 3:53pm we have EMPATHY engaged in a Class 1 over 1000m. Empathy will also be ridden by Luke Cumberland


Race 7 at 3:50pm on Sunday 9 June, Newcastle trainer Jason Deamer is taking
DECROUX our last start  runner-up by 0.6 len to Hawkesbury where he will be ridden by Christian Reith in a Class 2 1500m and looks well placed, carrying a luxury 58kgs having lumped 63kgs last start.

MONDAY – RANDWICK (Kensington):

Race 5 over 1400m is the Racing NSW Rising Star Final which is the Grand Final for NSW apprentices. Riders are allocated by ballot to their horses and our Gai & Adrian trained ROCKIN’ RUGA has drawn excellent young Canberra based apprentice Patrick Scorse and then, drew barrier 1 which should considerably assist our natural go forward runner on his home track.

Overall, we are delighted with each and every runner we will be presenting to the races and they are well placed despite finding competitive races and some with awkward draws. We look forward with confidence that all our horses will run to their best and be competitive. In the coming days we expect there to be proud owners and happy ownership teams with the way their horse performed.

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