Swettenham Stud Summer Championship Heat 5 Preview
Electric Tribute the 4yo by Krupt is coming off a couple of wins and should figure in the placings.
The New Boy also looks a solid chance over 1400m even though he is 8yo, he is up on the leader board for the Championship the son of Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) has not had much luck in recent starts and has found himself covering a lot of extra ground, he is drawn outside again and needs to find himself in a reasonable spot early to be a contender.
Darley America’s Hard Spun Hard Call a lightly raced 5yo has not been performing at his best the last few runs but on earlier form would have been a chance in the race.
Win a VIP Swettenham Stud experience with the 2016/2017 Swettenham Stud #SummerChamps
To celebrate the 2016/2017 Swettenham Stud Summer Championship, Melbourne Racing Club will once again be running a #SummerChamps Twitter competition to give you the chance to win an exclusive VIP experience at Swettenham Stud in 2017 for you and four friends.
At 12pm on each of the six Swettenham Stud Summer Championship heats at a Melbourne Racing Club race track (Caulfield, Mornington or Ladbrokes Park – see dates below), they ask you to reply via Twitter (either @Caulfield or @LadbrokesPark depending on the race day) with which horse you think will that leg of the heat. They will randomly select one correct answer to win two tickets to Ladbrokes Blue Diamond Stakes Day on Saturday 25 February, 2017. On Saturday 26 December 2016 and Saturday 7 January 2017 when there are two legs of the Championship being run, they will select two winners.
Please note, for the entry to be valid it must be written as a comment on the original Tweet, include #SummerChamps and they tweeted prior to the race jumping.
The six heat winners are each invited to Ladbrokes Blue Diamond Stakes Day where they will draw the major prize winner to take home the VIP Swettenham Stud prize, including a tour of the stud and visit to Black Caviar’s statue in Nagambie.