Murwillumbah trainer Matthew Dunn is looking...
VRC Crown Oaks favourite Brazilian Pulse will handle the rain affected track today without any issue. In fact no matter what the state of the track is she will perform well and by that we mean we think she will win, and win easy.
At her very first race start at Ballarat she won a 1200 meter maiden on a heavy track eased down by 7 lengths carrying 57kg.
Then she won on a dead track at Sandown over 1300 meters, then straight into a Group 2 race where she finished a gallant second to the flying Sistine Angel.
The on a slow track she battled on well when 3rd to Yosei in the Group 1 Thousand Guineas, but you got the impression the further they go the better she will get.
Last Saturday on Derby Day at Flemington she sat three wide and just kept grinding away to easily win over 2000 meters on a good track.
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