Who to pick in your SuperCoach Racing autumn stable

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Who should you pick? With less than two weeks until the opening round on March 7, here’s a rundown of the most prolific scorers from the 2019 spring carnival and the races they’re targeting over the autumn.

1. Miami Bound – 102 points (average: 25.5)

SuperCoach price: $325,000

The filly ended her spring campaign with wins in the Wakeful Stakes and RVC Oaks. However, she was very poor in her return last Saturday.

Target races: Vinery Stud Stakes, Australian Oaks

Miami Bound dominated the filly staying races. Picture: Jay TownSource:News Corp Australia

2. Vow And Declare – 90 pts (30)

SC price: $325,000

The gelding stamped himself as our best stayer after winning the Melbourne Cup and finishing second to Japanese star Mer De Glace in the Caulfield Cup. The Australian Cup and Queen Elizabeth Stakes are options but the peak of his prep will be in Brisbane.

Target race: Queen Elizabeth Stakes

3. Loving Gaby – 90 pts (30)

SC price: $400,000

She was beaten when odds-on in a Group 3 before rebounding to win the Group 1 Manikato Stakes and run second in the VRC Sprint Classic. A top chance in the Newmarket Handicap after her fast-finishing third in the Lightning Stakes.

Target races: Newmarket Handicap, TJ Smith Stakes

4. Bivouac – 84 pts (28)

SC price: $400,000

The colt held on to win the Golden Rose before a luckless run in the Manikato Stakes. He rebounded with a close second in the Coolmore Stud Stakes. Expect him to rebound in his next start after the track pattern was against him at Caulfield last week.

Target race: Newmarket Handicap, TJ Smith Stakes

5. Trekking – 80 pts (26.7)

SC price: $475,000

The sprinter went to a new level last spring when he won the Schillaci Stakes at Group 2 level before running third in The Everest and second in the Redzel Stakes.

Target race: TJ Smith Stakes

6. Fierce Impact – 80 pts (40)

SC price: $425,000

Won two Group 1 mile races in the spring – the Toorak Handicap and Cantala Stakes – and made an eye-catching return in the CF Orr Stakes over 1400m.

Target race: All-Star Mile

Fierce Impact was a bolter during the spring. Picture: Michael KleinSource:News Corp Australia

7. Kolding – 80 pts (40)

SC price: $500,000

Landed two of the biggest races last spring in the Epsom Handicap and the Golden Eagle. However, his two return runs have been well below the level he’s capable of.

Target race: All-Star Mile

8. Moonlight Maid – 80 pts (26.7)

SC price: $200,000

Will be set for a rematch with Miami Bound in the Australian Oaks after finishing a distant third in the VRC Oaks. She swooped home to win the Group 2 Edward Manifold Stakes at big odds earlier in the campaign.

Target races: Australian Oaks

9. Black Heart Bart – 78 pts (26)

SC price: $500,000

The nine-year-old turned back the clock with a remarkable win in the Group 1 Underwood Stakes at $101, and then was nosed out in the Caulfield Stakes. He can be competitive again in the right races.

Target race: TBC

10. Shadow Hero – 78 pts (26)

SC price: $375,000

The emerging stayer won the Group 3 Gloaming Stakes in a canter and was equally as impressive in the Group 1 Spring Champion Stakes. An ambitious autumn program has been mapped out for him and he looked great in his first-up run in the Expressway Stakes at Rosehill last Saturday.

Target races: Randwick Guineas, Rosehill Guineas and Australian Derby

11. Hartnell – 76 pts (19)

The champion galloper was retired after a gallant third in the Group 1 Mackinnon Stakes.

Warning will be aiming for a Derby double. Picture: Jay TownSource:News Corp Australia

12. Warning – 76 pts (25.3)

SC price: $375,000

Concluded a fruitful spring campaign with his VRC Derby success. The three-year-old kicked off his autumn prep with a sound seventh in the 1400m Expressway Stakes. He’ll improve as he steps up in distance.

Target race: Australian Derby

13. Castelvecchio – 74 pts (24.7)

SC price: $425,000

After a slow start to his spring campaign, the three-year-old colt eventually his straps with successive Group 1 placing in the Spring Champion Stakes and Cox Plate. Based on his first-up performance, he may need a few runs before he reaches his top.

Target races: Australian Derby and Queen Elizabeth Stakes

14. Mizzy – 74 pts (24.7)

SC price: $400,000

Super consistent mare won three in a row (only the third win counted in SuperCoach) before running third in the Silver Eagle and Golden Eagle.

Target race: Coolmore Classic

15. Melody Belle – 72 pts (36)

SC price: $475,000

The Kiwi mare made a huge impression in her two Australian spring runs with a blistering victory in the Empire Rose Stakes before a fast-finishing second in the Mackinnon Stakes. She needed the run last Saturday when third in the Futurity Stakes.

Target race: All-Star Mile

16. Yes Yes Yes – 72 pts (36)

The Everest winner has been retired to stud because of a tendon injury.

17. Santa Ana Lane – 70 pts (23.3)

SC price: $500,000

Despite not winning in the spring, the champion sprinter was unlucky in The Everest before a flat effort in the VRC Sprint Classic. He’ll be primed to peak second-up in the TJ Smith Stakes, which he won last year.

Target race: TJ Smith Stakes

18. Sunlight – 68 pts (22.7)

SC price: $475,000

An injury setback will prevent the Golden Eagle runner-up from defending her Newmarket Handicap. She’s unlikely to be seen in Melbourne or Sydney this autumn with trainer Tony McEvoy preferring to begin her campaign in Adelaide before a Royal Ascot tilt.

Exceedance landed a deserved Group 1 win in the Coolmore Stud Stakes. Picture: AAPSource:AAP

19. Exceedance – 64 pts (32)

SC price: $400,000

Another classy three-year-old set for a bumper autumn. He defeated fellow colt Bivouac in the Coolmore Stud Stakes after running third to him in the Golden Rose.

Target race: TJ Smith Stakes

20. Kings Will Dream – 64 pts (21.3)

SC price: $400,000

There weren’t high expectations on the gelding last spring following a lengthy absence from a career-threatening injury but he did to pinch the Group 1 Turnbull Stakes. On track for the Australian Cup after placings in the Orr Stakes and Peter Young Stakes.

Target races: Australian Cup, Queen Elizabeth Stakes


1. Fierce Impact 80pts (ave 40)

2. Kolding 80pts (40)

3. Melody Belle 72pts (36)

4. Yes Yes Yes 72pts (36)

5. Exceedance 64pts (32)

6. Vow And Declare 90pts (30)

7. Loving Gaby 90pts (30)

8. Nature Strip 58pts (29)

9. Te Akau Shark 58pts (29)

10. Bivouac 84pts (28)

= Alligator Blood 56pts (28)

= Fascino 56pts (28)

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