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Pakenham Jump Outs for Feek Racing Pair


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Pakenham Jump Outs for Feek Racing Pair

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Feek Racing ventured to nearby Pakenham Racing Club last week for an opportunity to trial a couple of middle distance types on the course proper. 

3yo filly MISS ENTICE is starting to really wind up for a return to racing, having a good hit out over in her 1000m trial. A sister to Cranbourne Cup winner BOOM N ZOOM and half to the inform Northern Rivers galloper RAGE AGAINST, Miss Entice filly will kick off over her second race campaign in the coming weeks after her encouraging third at the jump outs last week. With a couple of tearaway leaders stringing the jump out field right out, Miss Entice sat comfortably in the first half of the field before cruising to the line for an easy third (replay below). The daughter of Dash for Cash made a sound debut at Pakenham back in August will returns to racing in the second half of her 3yo season having physically improved from the experience. Being a sister to a 2000m winner the filly will continue to improve with racing and as she steps out to a mile plus throughout her upcoming campaign. 

A couple of trials later the import, and new arrival, RAPID APPROACH had his first look at the trials for Feek Racing when he stepped out over 1000m in the last of the course proper heats for the morning. Jumping well Rapid Approach sat comfortably up close to the speed, sitting in behind the stake performed Miss Wonderland, before cruising to the line untouched for a very easy third in his heat (in the middle - replay below). The 8yo entire commenced his career Europe (Ireland) running against the likes of Hong Kong superstar Beauty Flame before a transfer to Singapore and Malaysia as his owners moved abroad. The son of New Approach is a 3-time winner from just 18 lifetime starts and after 18 months off the scene he is progressing along nicely for the team.  

Stay tuned as we follow these two gallopers in to their race campaigns over the coming weeks.