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Tracey Bartley saddles up three runners at tomorrow’s home track meeting and is confident at least two can figure in the finish.

After a slow start to the season the stable is gaining momentum and Bartley is hoping the resuming Villa Tino and Titanium Miss can add to his 2023/24 tally.

He is also keen to see his home bred two-year-old Fenrir debut in the 1200m Maiden Plate.

Raced by Bartley’s partner Tracey Quinn, Fenrir is by Prized Icon out of their consistent mare Meghalaya.

“He’s a really big horse and it’s taken him a long time to come to hand,” Bartley said.

“The 1200m is a good starting point but I think he will probably want a bigger track and 1400m. I’m excited to see him finally make it to the races and he should run well.”

Fenrir has had four trials, two this preparation, the latest a fourth at Gosford on May 27.

Bartley is confident about the chances of Villa Tino in the 1100m Midway Maiden Plate.

The four-year-old is returning from a bleeding attack, with his two recent Gosford trials giving Bartley confidence he will run well.

“I’ve got him ready to go and am really confident with him. He’s been off the scene for nearly 12 months but I’m expecting a good preparation.”

Titanium Miss rounds out Bartley’s trio, the All Too Hard filly second up in the 1100m 2&3YO Maiden.

She was good on debut in the 1100m Provincial Maiden at Hawkesbury on May 30, finishing off strongly after a slow start to finish fifth.

“She went well first up and this race looks ideal for her. She’s trained on really well and should be right in the finish.”

Bartley currently has 12 wins for the season, chasing last year’s tally of 23.

“Things are starting to come together, “he said. “The horses are racing well, and the wins have been coming. We’ve had a few more horses come back so hopefully more wins will come.”

With just four meetings remaining in the 2023/24 season Kim Waugh has 10 winners at Wyong, one ahead of Brad Widdup.

Tyler Schiller leads the Jockey’s Premiership with 10 and has a strong book of six rides on Thursday, while Dylan Gibbons, Zac Lloyd, Anna Roper and Zac Waddick share the lead in the Apprentices Premiership with seven wins.

Waugh also leads the Wyong Trainers Premiership with 38 wins, 10 ahead of Kristen Buchanan.

The first of eight races gets underway at 12.15pm with the track currently rated a soft 7 and the rail out four metres.



Race 1 – 12.15pm: DE BORTOLI WINES PROVINCIAL CLASS 1 & MAIDEN (2000m): 1 NOIR VITESSE, 2 Rico Suave, 3 Lygon Street, 4 Opus.

Race 2 – 12.50pm: EVE ELECTRICAL SUPER MAIDEN (1600m): 1 EVENFLOW, 2 Samphire Green, 3 Tenniel, 4 Creditor.

Race 3 – 1.25pm: TASTE THE COAST @ TEG 15TH SEPTEMBER BM64 (1600m): 1 SILVAKIA, 2 Pepper’s Ghost, 3 Whisker To Whisker, 4 Verbek.

Race 4 – 2.05pm: HOODOO GURO’S @ TEG 16th NOVEMBER MIDWAY MAIDEN (1100m): 1 DU CAP, 2 Exorealm, 3 Invade And Conquer, 4 Ranhita.

Race 5 – 2.40PM: SNEDDON BROS. MAINTENANCE 2&3YO MAIDEN (1100m): 1 WATERSKI, 2 Long Time Lovers, 3 Dark Gleam, 4 Titanium Miss.

Race 6 – 3.15pm: PLUIM GROUP CLASS 1 (1100m): 1 MAFIA, 2 Art Volant, 3 Zambezi River, 4 Fourth Spargo.

Race 7 – 3.50pm: INDUSTREEE GROUP MAIDEN (1200m): 1 PRESIDES, 2 Erotas, 5 Flying Thinker, 4 Viaconi.

Race 8 - 4.25pm: EVE SECURITY SERVICES BM64 (1200m): 1 WORLD ALLIANCE, 2 Nicci’s Gem, 3 Upstopabull, 4 Oakfield Badger.

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