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Good day: Hugh Bowman wins on Farolitos. Photo: bradleyphotos苏州美甲美睫培训学校419论坛Godolphin’s assistant trainer Darren Beadman thought he was taking the right horses to Randwick on Saturday with the boss away – and he went home with a winning treble courtesy of Badajoz, Farolitos and Monogram.
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With John O’Shea away on brief break, Beadman was in the hot seat at a very heavy Randwick, but he passed the test with flying colours and was the subject of three post-race interviews.

“That’s the best time to talk to you guys,” Beadman said. “You need horses that are fit and handle the conditions on tracks like this and we had those types of horses coming here but that doesn’t mean much unless they win. It is a good day with another winner at Flemington.”

Each of the winners probably have more wins in front of them and while Badajoz and Farolitos gave punters a boost, it was the shock from Monogram, which flew home.

“She is very nice staying mare and had that short break and still had the fitness and it kicked in at the end,” Beadman said. “She is going to get better as she gets over more ground, so that is very good sign first-up.

“We thought she would be hitting the line but she needed things to come right to be winning and they did. I think we take a couple of winners from today that are ready to take the next step.”

The best of the Godolphin winners was Farolitos, which made it back-to-back wins with Hugh Bowman sitting quietly in the saddle.

“He probably had a class edge on those,” Bowman said.

Farolitos could be spelled with an eye to the late spring and summer.

“He is the sort of horse that could develop into a Villiers type because he loves it here at Randwick,” Beadman said. “There is a nice race in him and he is still getting better.”

Earlier in the day, Beadman praised Brenton Avdulla for getting the best out of Badajoz, even as he tried to run off the track in the final couple of strides.

“Having the experience of riding him previously helped because he’s not an easy horse to ride,” Avdulla said. “You can’t pull or push him around so I let him be where he wanted to be and the speed was nice.

“Before the corner I was travelling really well and instead of fighting him I let him slide into it. When I full-bored him he didn’t respond as well as I was hoping.

“I gave him a hit with the right, he didn’t go anywhere so I switched to the left and it seemed to pick him up a bit more.

“He needed a confidence boost and that will be it. He will get better.”

It was the first leg of a winning double for Avdulla, who also won Major Major in the staying contest using similar tactics.

“I just wanted to have him in a good rhythm and happy because on that sort of track, you they are going to struggle when you go full bore,” Avdulla said.

“He just took himself into the race and did it himself and when I got there he had plenty left in the tank.

“He was very strong at the end.”

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