Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup Tracknotes for April 29

Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup Tracknotes for April 29


Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup Tracknotes – Saturday, 29 April, 2017

 

BLAZING SPEED – HK

Cantered on the small all-weather track.

 

DESIGNS ON ROME – HK

The 2014 APQEII Cup winner had steady work on the all-weather track.

Trainer John Moore said: “He’s as fit as I can get him. If he can run into the money we’ll be pleased and anything beyond that is a bonus.”

 

DICTON – FR

Hack-cantered two laps on the all-weather track.

 

NEOREALISM – JPN

Neorealism had an easy canter on the all-weather track and upped his pace a touch in the home straight to finish off.

Trainer Noriyuki Hori said: “Neorealism cantered on the all-weather track this morning. I gave him an easy canter to check his condition. He is in top form and is relaxed, not over-excited.”

 

PAKISTAN STAR – HK

Cantered on the small all-weather track.

 

SECRET WEAPON – HK

Cantered on the small all-weather track.

 

THE UNITED STATES – AUS

Cantered steadily for a couple of circuits of the turf track under big-race jockey Brett Prebble.

Nick Williams, part-owner, said: “He’s never let us down; he’s been a good horse to us. We’ve been happy with his preparation.”

 

WERTHER – HK

Last year’s winner had an easy canter on the small all-weather track.

Trainer John Moore said: “Everything’s gone to plan and he’s ready. It could be a tactical race with just the eight runners and no obvious speed but Werther’s ready for it and he’ll take all the beating given that he has home advantage.”

Source: The Hong Kong Jockey Club

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