WAITING: Aaron Purcell. Picture: Amy Paton
WARRNAMBOOL trainer Aaron Purcell has left a decision where his imported galloper Swacadelic will have his next start until Saturday morning.
Purcell hedged his bets accepting with Swacadelic for a race at Moonee Valley on Saturday, and one at Caulfield on Tuesday, as he prepares the five-year-old for possible cup runs in Tasmania and Adelaide.
“I accepted with him for Moonee Valley over 2040 metres, but he’s got 61.5kgs –the claim for Dylan Dunn would help,” he said.
“I think I might end up going to Caulfield on Tuesday, but I will decide on Saturday morning what I’m going to do.
“The Caulfield race is over 2400 metres and it probably suits better if we’re going to Tasmania.
“I’ve got the Hobart and Launceston Cups in February on the radar and then we’ll probably look at a Adelaide Cup start in March.”
The last start Mr Walker lines up for Symon Wilde in a $80,000 restricted race on the nine-race Moonee Valley program.
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