Dais hopeful with Gallinari – Rannoch Moor

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We haven’t heard from Bryan Dais for some time and he has a couple of decent horses in his little stable so I caught up for a quick chat and a rundown on a few of the horses.

One horse with little luck so far in her career is Gallinari and Dais feels she can move forward this campaign. “She was nominated for Saturday but likely to run next Wednesday. We are hoping to go to Magic Millions day with her again (class 6), obviously her form has to warrant it but I thought she run well the other day. She was unlucky as a 3 year old, we went to the coast to bank some QTIS money and we got a heavy 10 and bumped into Top Rada. She also got stopped in her tracks one day and was only beaten under 2 lengths by Discreet and probably could have won. Her record doesn’t do her justice.”bryandais

Rannoch Moor is potentially the best horse in the stable. “He is one we may be able to pin our carnival hopes on. He has gone for a spell but he had four runs and drew near the outside every time. He is not the best horse out of the barriers so when you draw out there you can’t stoke him out. The other day he came around the corner and one run straight out underneath his neck.” Dais said.

One that may run tomorrow is Green Cashmere. She is another that showed enough early but has frustrated a little. She may not be a star but can win a couple through the grades soon.

Like a lot of Qld trainers Bryan has headed to the NSW prize money a couple of times lately and Trillium has done well to get a win and two placings at Ballina and Lismore. It is only a little trip over the border but the money for the level they are racing against is too good to refuse.

Bryan is just another ‘smaller’ trainer doing well with a small team and all these guys and girls put their heart and soul into it and deserve whatever success they get.

Good luck to Bryan and the team!

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