Sport

In-form pair set for race

IN-FORM Toowoomba gallopers Tisani Boy and Jet Style are listed near the head of weights for Saturday's Warwick Credit Union Warwick Cup (1500m).

Tisani Boy has been allotted 60kg and Jet Style 59kg for the $20,000 Allman Park feature heading Warwick Turf Club's six-race card.

Twenty horses are entered for the Cup headed in weights by the Mark Webb-trained Primed which hasn't raced since June.

Tisani Boy is coming off successive wins over 1200 and 1300-metres for trainer Kevin Kemp on the Clifford Park synthetic track.

Jet Style notched two 1400-metre Eagle Farm wins last month and last time out finished a close-up third Whateverwhenever over 1300m at Eagle Farm.

Webb also has this year's Toowoomba Cup runner-up Emoticon (57.5kg) entered.

The Webb-trained Hyde Park (59kg) and Savage (55kg) are included in a 10-horse entry list for the $12,000 Frasers Newmarket Open Handicap (1100m).

This year's Weetwood Handicap winner Miss Imagica from Michael Nolan's stable has a top weight 63kg. - Glen McCullough

Topics:  horse racing, warwick cup




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