Single Gaze, trained by Nick Olive, has 3 seconds to her name this preparation, consisting of recently’s Group 1 Ranvet Stakes, and O’Hara is hoping she can go one much better at Rosehill on Saturday.
” Nick stated she’s brought up truly well,” O’Hara stated. “She’s in Saturday’s race approximately her ears. I understand this may sound difficult to think, however I believe she’s going much better than ever.
She’s in Saturday’s race approximately her ears.
” The dry track will fit her, she’s tested she can run a strong 2400 metres and if she brings her Caulfield Cup type, I believe she’s got a terrific opportunity.
” Every time she’s supported she’s run well. She ran 2nd in a Brisbane Cup on a back-up and did the exact same in the Caulfield Cup so that’s not a concern for me.”
O’Hara confesses she will have blended feelings as she understands that the end is closing in on a collaboration which has actually covered 28 of Single Gaze’s 32 starts.
” I think understanding she’s going to retire after a couple more runs, it’s that bit more unique each time I get on her,” she included.
” Every horse’s profession concerns an end and we understand her profession is concerning an end so I simply need to press my feelings to one side, finish the job and offer her every opportunity to obtain another one.
” Once she retires there will be lots of time to show. She’s been a fantastic horse to me and I’ll be permanently grateful to Nick and her owners for sticking by me with her.
” She’s harder than anything I’ve ever rested on. I ‘d simply enjoy to obtain her to win another Group 1 and ideally that will begin Saturday.”