David Brideoake’s filly Princess Jenni has staying talent in her blood and will appreciate the step up in distance at Geelong with Luke Nolen in the saddle.
Herald Sun form analyst Michael Manley was taken by the filly’s debut at Pakenham and is expecting natural improvement at her second race start.
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PRINCESS JENNI (R3, No.7)
Excellent effort at her debut when she went down in a photo at Pakenham to Vivi Valentina after looking the likely winner over 1200m. She’s bred on staying lines being by High Chaparral out of a Zabeel mare, so step up to 1400m should be ideal.
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Luke Nolen has stuck with Princess Jenni after she debuted with an encouraging second at Pakenham. Picture: Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images
JUDY IN DISGUISE (R5, No.4)
Dual city placegetter resuming from over year off. Has the talent to win this fresh.
AASIRA (R8, No.9)
Found the class too strong last start in the city over 1400m at Caulfield but wasn’t disgraced finishing just over four lengths from the winner Zizzis. Back to a Benchmark 64.
SNITZ AND THE CITY (R2, No.11)
“She’s a nice staying filly who this time next year will be at her peak. She’s got a good deal of ability, though, and I’m looking for her to run a nice race.”
PIERROETTE (R3, No.6)
“She’s another nice staying filly. She got lost at her first start but she’s much better than that. She’s been working well and with the blinkers on I think she can run a nice race.”
DALMATIA (R5, No.10)
“Another staying filly whose best will be in a year’s time. She’s trialled well and I think she can run a nice race at her debut.”
Troy Corstens hopes to have a bit of luck with his three runners at Geelong. Picture: Ian CurrieSource:News Corp Australia
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