The 2012 Angus Armanasco Stakes is now only a matter of days away with 13 of the country’s finest three year old fillies ready to battle it out over a 1400m trip.
Listed below we have compiled a mini form guide for the Angus Armanasco Stakes with a brief rundown of the chances of all the runners.
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2012 Angus Armanasco Stakes Form Guide
Was well beaten by Soft Sand last start in the Kevin Hayes Stakes but still finsihed in second, not a bad first up effort from this New Zealand import.
Finished third first up at Ascot over 1400m and comes back to face the fillies where she’s one from one over track and trip.
Beat Mosheen with a fantastic run in The Vanity after another tight first up victory at Caulfield the start previous.
Was second last in the Kevin Hayes Stakes first up but she was only a bit over four lengths from the winner and less than two from the second placed Anabandana.
The last start winner of the Kevin Hayes Stakes, she’s the top pick here after putting a huge margin on the rest of the field.
Eighth in the Kevin Hayes about four lengths off the winner but she gets a handy 2.5kg weight turnaround from that run.
Has won three in a row including over this trip but jumps in grade here at just her fifth career start.
Has been running once a month August with only the one placing to show, has talent and enjoys the trip but needs to lift.
Fourth in The Vanity after doing a lot of work early, from barrier 13 connections might be keen to take some cover.
Belle Of The Court
Fifth in the Kevin Hayes around three off the pace after previously winning her first two starts.
Just missed out to Shopaholic first up on February four and given the way that form has held up she’ll be a real chance.
Ninth in the Kevin Hayes crossing the line as part of the bunch about four lengths off the pace.
Has been freshened up since January but jumps in class after a couple of mediocre performances.