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8/10/2004 edition 

We report on some of the noteworthy runs from Saturday's racing. This column is updated every week. Keep a record of the horses to back some big winners.

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Here are the latest runners to be added to our Horse Watch list.

Randwick 2/10/2004

Cedar Manor:
This Graeme Rogerson trained colt put in an eye catching run in the 3YO Group 1 Spring Champion Stakes over 2000 metres. In a slowly run race he made up many lengths to finish third behind Savabeel.

How good is this Gai Waterhouse trained 3YO filly? She donkey licked the other eight fillies in the Group 1 Flight Stakes. She has won all her four races and at this stage looms as a serious threat in the VRC Oaks, held at Flemington on the Thursday after the Melbourne Cup.

Flemington 2/10/2004

This Lee Freedman trained 5YO gelding ran an excellent second in the Turnbull Stakes. His Caulfield and Melbourne Cups campaign is alive and well.

Shane Dye didn't have the best of luck on this consistent 4YO gelding in the Turnbull Stakes. Confectioner finished a rather unlucky third. He looks a lightweight chance in the Caulfield Cup.

This outstanding filly had no luck but still won the Edward Manifold Stakes. Once she got an opening in the home straight she burst away from the other 14 fillies. Could trainer Lee Freedman win the Oaks with her?

This 4YO John O'Shea trained horse drew barrier one in the 1200 metres Baguette Stakes run down the Flemington straight. So Falkirk raced on that side of the straight and finished second. All the other leading finishers raced on the Grandstand side - the other side of the straight - where the going appeared to be a little faster. Falkirk now has six wins and two seconds from 10 starts.

Doomben 2/10/2004

Having her first race start, this promising Bevan Laming trained 3YO filly put in an impressive run, running on strongly for second over the 1110 metres.

Victoria Park 2/10/2004

Our Axeman:
This former Sydney trained 5YO gelding is now trained by Karen Byrnes at Murray Bridge. Our Axeman is ready to win. Ignore his finish. Our Axeman was traveling easily, but Chad Lever never got clear in the straight and got shuffled right back. If Our Axeman got a run he would have probably won.

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