Promising filly KYLEASE will be out to go one better than her debut when she heads to Gosford on Tuesday.

The Joe Pride-trained daughter of CHOISIR narrowly went down in a two-horse war on her home track of Warwick Farm last month, defeating the third-placed runner by almost four lengths. 

The three-year-old filly is expected to atone coming back to provincial grade but it’s always hard to declare a maiden until they win!

Upcoming Proven Thoroughbreds runners:

Gosford Tuesday February 12:

Maiden 1100m


Joe Pride/Corey Brown

Comment: Gallant in defeat on debut at Warwick Farm last start. Free-running type and should find this much easier.

Grafton Friday February 15:

BM58 1600m


Steve O’Dea/Anthony Allen

Comment: Gets his chance to record an overdue win coming back in distance and grade. Can win with luck in running.

F&M C1 1400m


Steve O’Dea/Anthony Allen

Comment: Excellent first-up run at the Gold Coast when beaten only half a length over 1200m. Extra distance has her right in the mix.

Maiden 1700m


Steve O’Dea/Anthony Allen

Comment: Looks beautifully placed up to a distance in which she is expected to flourish. Should take some beating if she jumps on terms.

Canterbury Friday February 15:

BM76 1100m


Joe Pride/Jay Ford

Comment: Stays at 1100m after encouraging first-up run in unsuitable conditions. May be looking for further now but going well.

Doomben Saturday February 16:

1MW Handicap 1200m


Steve O’Dea/Ron Stewart

Comment: Scratched last start due to foot abscess. Trialled since and can sprint well fresh.

Newcastle Saturday February 16:

BM64 1200m


John Bateman/Shaun Guymer

Comment: Coming back in trip and grade after peaking on run in 1500m Highway race at Rosehill. Can certainly atone here.

BM70 1200m


John Bateman/Christian Reith

Comment: Caught wide with a big weight first-up and stuck on ok. May need the run second-up as he prepares for longer trips.

Nowra Sunday February 16:

Maiden 1400m


Joe Pride/Chad Lever

Comment: On debut after three trials this time in. Looks well suited first-up over 1400m.

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