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Kingston Town Classic

1

GAILO CHOP

[0.41/1.59]

[4-5-9-4-0]

2

GATTING

[0.63/3.29]

[4-13-12-0-1]

3

TALLY

[0.29/1.38]

[5-3-28-2-0]

4

STAR EXHIBIT

[0.47/1.72]

[7-11-7-9-0]

5

BEST OF DAYS

[0.04/0.92]

[3-0-17-3-1]

6

ACHERNAR STAR

[0.63/3.00]

[3-9-12-0-0]

7

PACODALI

[0.40/2.33]

[0-4-6-0-0]

8

REGAL POWER

[0.75/3.92]

[6-15-9-1-1]

9

THE VELVET KING

[0.55/2.67]

[2-10-8-2-0]

10

PLATOON

[1.04/4.78]

[10-8-7-1-0]

11

MISSISSIPPI DELTA

[0.06/1.00]

[5-7-26-10-2]

12

DIG DEEP

[0.68/2.24]

[14-3-13-0-4]

13

JERICHO MISSILE

[0.59/2.76]

[6-11-13-0-2]

14

SUPERSTORM

[1.14/10.20]

[9-15-3-1-0]

15

KAY CEE

[0.82/3.89]

[5-9-7-1-0]

16

TUSCAN QUEEN

[0.45/1.87]

[12-10-29-1-4]

Another of the big WA races that comes with an interesting history. I have long written that WA breeding is markedly different to that in Eastern states, and the dosages of past winners of this race reflect a different model than we would expect to see in a similar sort of race on the East Coast.

Past winners of this 1800m event in the last decade have shown one winners with the following DI's

0.94

1.74/1.86

2.67

3.00/3.38/3.38

3.92/4.11/5.77

 

This would suggest that speed is an important factor in the race, with only a few with a DI that would indicate that they were probably better past a mile.  There are plenty of chances in the race, as we would often expect. I think the best suited look to be Regal Power who is closely related to last year's winner, Arcadia Queen, and Kay Cee who again is in a simlilar range of these higher dosage profile types.