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Lord Of The Sky sizzles at Sportingbet Park
By Neale Donnelley TVN Tuesday, December 2, 2014 - 12:40 PM
Lord of the Sky, Photo: Bruno Cannatelli
Robbie Laing is starting to think he may have his flying sprinter Lord Of The Sky back to something like his best.
Yesterday (Monday) Laing informed Racing Network’s Adrian Dunn the brilliant sprinter was likely to have just one run before heading out for a short break to prepare for the autumn.
That run will be in Saturday’s Listed $120,000 Doveton Stakes (1000m), and in preparation for that Laing took Lord Of The Sky to Sportingbet Park this morning for a special gallop.
“He was supposed to just do some steady work, but he ran home in 33.5 (last 600 metres) so he might be back this horse,” Laing said on Tuesday.
“That’s very fast, I just hope he hasn’t left it on the track, but he seemed to do it within himself, so we’ll find out on Saturday whether he’s found his best form again or not,” he added.
Lord Of The Sky failed at his last two starts in the Bletchingly Stakes and a 1000-metre race at Moonee Valley, before having a break.
“He was obviously crook and just not himself because he was stopping badly, but hopefully we’ve got him right now,” Laing said.
His aim for the horse in the autumn will be the Group 1 $400,000 Oakleigh Plate (1100m) at Caulfiel