Brian Fletcher rates Jason Attard’s Kellyville Flyer and Haymate

Jeff Penza and Kellyville Flyer win at the Hawkesbury in October, 2014. Picture: Geoff JonesHAWKESBURYRace Club president Brian Fletcher rates Jason Attard’s Kellyville Flyer as the best chance to win at Hawkesbury on Thursday, September 10.
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The six year old mare has not won a race in 11 months – the last time she won was October, 2014, at Hawkesbury.

She will be ridden by jockey Jeff Penza, who combined with Attard and Sons of John to win the Hawkesbury Gold Cup earlier this year, and who rode her in her last win.

Kellyville Flyer’s last start was a fourth place finish at Warwick Farm in August.

The distance was 1400 metres on a heavy 9 track.

She will race in the sixth race over the same distance on a track which has been rated a good four.

Fletcher also likes Attard’s Haymate, which is just beginning its young career.

Haymate, a four year old gelding, has just two races to its name, both at the Hawkesbury in August.

He started with a second place then backed up with a fourth two weeks later.

Based on previous form, Haymate should get a little money behind it, with a field where only two other runners having last placed finishes higher than fifth place.

Fletcher’s final tip is Scott Singleton’s Abbalac, who has had a run of good form of late.

The six year old mare has two wins at Bathurst since June, with a second place in its last start in Gosford.

Her last five races have been first, fourth, fourth, first and second.

Brian Fletcher’s tips for Hawkesbury on September 10.

No Hawkesbury trained runners.

Hawkebsury trained:Haymate (Jason Attard); Work of Art (Scott Singleton); Dream Lane (Nick Mitchell); One For The Money (Tony McEvoy); Sweet Fella (Garry Frazer); Celtic Diamond (Scott Singleton).

No Hawkesbury trained runners.

Hawkesbury trained:Living Choice (Garry Frazer); Bar Chu (Tommy Wong); Kiwi Boss (Scott Singleton).

No Hawkesbury trained runners.

Hawkesbury trained: Kellyville Flyer (Jason Attard); Guide Me (Scott Singleton); Appliances (Wade Slinkard); Top Rankin (Darby Gerard); Bergeron (Scott Singleton).

Hawkesbury trained: Far Out (Noel Mayfield-Smith).

Hawkesbury trained: Abbalac (Scott Singleton); Vencedora (Wade Slinkard); Kurmond Road (Garry Frazer); Tramp (Richard Nutman).

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