Fighton, Magileto and Time And Tide catch the eye

Published - April 03, 2024 05:39 pm IST - MUMBAI:

Fighton, Magileto and Time And Tide caught the eye when the horses were exercised here on Wednesday (April 3) morning.

Inner sand:

600m: Encantamento (Hamir) 37. Moved freely.

800m: Opus Dei (C.S. Jodha) 52,600/38. Worked well. Turn And Burn (M.S. Deora) 51, 600/36. Pleased. Fighton (Parmar) 50, 600/36. Moved impressively. Believe (Merchant) 54, 600/40. Moved fluently. Miss American Pie (Parmar) 54, 600/39. Moved well. Amadeo (C.S. Jodha), Escape Velocity (H.M. Akshay) 51, 600/38. Former started two lengths behind and finished two lengths ahead. Time And Tide (S. Kamble) 50, 600/36. Excelled. Chelsea (N.B. Kuldeep) 53, 600/39. Moved freely. Shubhankar (Merchant) 57, 600/42. Easy. Waikiki (Parmar) 53, 600/38. Slightly urged. Supernatural (Kirtish) 55, 600/42. Worked freely. Dexa (Hamir) 51, 600/36. Good.

1000m: Market King (Sandesh), Superimpose (R. Ajinkya) 1-6, 800/51, 600/38. Former made up two lengths and finished level. Scarlet Sensation (C.S. Jodha), Oishika (H.M. Akshay) 1-9, 800/54, 600/40. They were urged and ended level. Juliette (Bhawani) 1-12, 600/42. Easy. Magileto (P. Trevor) 1-6, 800/51, 600/38. Moved attractively. Rasputin (C.S. Jodha) 1-6, 800/52, 600/39. Shaped well.

1200m: Santissimo (P. Trevor), Odysseus (Saqlain) 1-26, 600/42. Pair easy. Leo The Lion (rb) 1-26, 600/43. Moved freely.

1600m: Coin Empress (rb) 1-53, 1400/1-38, 1200/1-23, 1000/1-9, 800/56, 600/42. Moved freely.

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