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Brisbane trial for Kris Lees pair

NEWCASTLE trainer Kris Lees will use the final day of the Sydney carnival to test the Brisbane winter credentials of Hera and Slow Pace.
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The pair are at different ends of their preparation, but group1 targets in Brisbane are for the taking for both.

Slow Pace, a French import which was third in the Newcastle Newmarket on his Australian debut then failed in the Doncaster, gets to a trip that should suit in the Japan Racing Association Plate.

‘‘This is his chance to show us what he can do, and if he was to run a good race, the Doomben Cup is there for him,’’ Lees said.

‘‘His first run comes out of a race that has had no form at all come from it and then you can excuse his run in the Doncaster because of the track.

‘‘He is a stayer and getting to 2000m will be a help for him, and I think this race will show us where he is.

‘‘It is a nice race for him, but having said that he has form around Tres Blue [a JRA Plate rival] in Europe and never beat him home.’’

Hera will have her first start for Lees in the JB Carr Stakes after Australian Bloodstock bought her following good form in New Zealand.

‘‘She was bought before her last win over 2000m in New Zealand and we are looking at her as a Queensland Oaks filly,’’ Lees said.

‘‘Because she went a little deeper into the summer in New Zealand we gave her a long break. The plan is to take on the sprinting fillies here then the Roses and the Oaks.’’

The O’Reilly filly won her only two starts as a two-year-old but brings with her the strong New Zealand three-year-old fillies form.

She finished second to Australian Oaks winner Rising Romance in the Eagle Memorial then beat her in the Eight Carat Stakes on Boxing Day.

She added a second in the Karaka Mile before winning the Sir Tristram Stakes at her last run on February 8.

‘‘She needed a break. I spoke to Roger [James], who was training her over there, and he said she is very athletic,’’ Lees said.

‘‘When you look the New Zealand form has been pretty good and she has the right form around Rising Romance and Lucia Valentina that have already won group1s this autumn.

‘‘There is not that much of her, and I think she will come to hand quickly.

‘‘I’m not sure whether she can go with these fillies, but we are likely to go back from the gate and I just want to see her hitting the line.’’

Earlier in the afternoon, Lees will give handy mare Gold Epona her last run leading into the Dark Jewel Classic at Scone next month.

‘‘She improved greatly last preparation second run in,’’ he said. ‘‘This run should top her off nicely to go to Scone.’’

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