Port Macquarie Racing On Monday
Dec 13, 2014
Marc Quinn has accepted at this stage with two runners to the Port Macquarie race club meeting on Monday, 15 December with unsettled conditions leading towards that day, with a current track rating of a soft seven with the rail in the true position.
The first of the stable runners will come out in race three with the Zinging third up from a spell racing at 3:15 in a maiden handicap over 1200m with Andrew Adkins aboard jumping from barrier two in a field of 14.
Zinging is a three-year-old chestnut Filly having raced on four occasions for two placings earning prizemoney of just over $6000, she has raced at the Port Macquarie track on all four occasions, with those two placings being the most recent runs, the first of which on November 14 over 1106 m finishing second of 12, a length off the winner when ridden by Andrew Adkins, and was last seen at the same venue over 1200 m on November 25 finishing second of 14 again ridden by Adkins, landing a nose from the winner in a race time of 1:14.42 with the last 600m in 36.98.
The final runner for the Marc Quinn Yard will be Our Ruby Rose coming out in race six at 5:12 PM in a BM 60 handicap over 1200 m with the second up mare drawing an awkward gate (16) and at this stage is first emergency.
Our ruby Rose is a four-year-old Bay mare having raced on eight occasions for one win and two placings earning prize-money in excess of $14,000, she has been a traveller after competing in Melbourne, then ventured to Rockhampton and raced at Port Macquarie under the guidance of Marc Quinn on November 14 finishing ninth of 12 over 1206 m when ridden by Allan Chau, finishing 4.4 lengths off the race winner in a time of 1:12.86.
Our Ruby Rose then trialled at Taree on December 9 finishing six of seven over a thousand metres landing 7.1 lengths behind the heat winner in a time of 59.86 when ridden by Allan Chau on that occasion.
Marc has altered the gear for the mares outing by removing the Blinkers and adding a Crossover Noseband, Marc has also nominated her for Cessnock on Tuesday should she not gain a start.
The stable would like to wish connections of both these runners the best of luck at Port on Monday.