Mick Price Is Confident With Profiteer’s Form for Golden Slipper
ROSEHILL, Sydney — Profiteer is preparing to compete in the forthcoming Golden Slipper 2021 event, and he has great chances of winning, per Mick Price. The 1,200-metre horse race is a major competition, and the racehorse’s trainer is eager to win. The $3.5-million prize money is up for grabs at the Rosehill Gardens Racecourse on Saturday, March 20.
Price trains and prepares Profiteer for important tilts like the Golden Slipper 2021 in collaboration with Michael Kent Jr. He affirmed that he is confident that the young, chestnut-coloured son of Capitalist and Athena Lass has high probabilities of winning Australia’s richest, two-year-old horse racing competition. According to Price, this much-coveted feat is possible, with the two-year-old colt being one of the top chances in the important race if he makes the forecast development on his last run.
In terms of their group’s preparation, the Caulfield racehorse trainer remarked that Profiteer would be the contender to defeat if he would make two lengths improvement. He added that he needed to time his run with Profiteer like most racehorse trainers do with other gallopers. Additionally, Price relayed that he needs to be careful with Profiteer because he is a two-year-old racer, per the news posted online by Australian horse betting information and news website Racenet.
Nonetheless, Price described his runner as a good doer and a vibrant racehorse. He affirmed that Profiteer would obtain plenty of improvement, fitness-wise. The racehorse trainer also affirmed that his young galloper would be a great chance and ready to go on Saturday’s match.
Last weekend, Price shared that Profiteer ran well at Rosehill. He said that his racehorse would have another run today, Tuesday, March 16, at the Golden Slipper 2021’s home. Price cited that moving to Rosehill for the upcoming sporting event had inspired confidence in Hugh Bowman, following the galloper’s last-start effort at Randwick. Profiteer’s racehorse trainer relayed that the jockey had remarked that he could not wait to compete at the Golden Slipper 2021.
When Profiteer went down narrowly to Anamoe in the 1,200-metre Group Two Todman Stakes, he lost grip of his unbeaten status. Nevertheless, Price confirmed that he did not feel very worried about his racehorse’s defeat at his last outing at Randwick. He pointed out that the Todman Stakes was Profiteer’s first run in one month after his impressive victory in the $2-million Inglis Millennium held on February 6.
The Caulfield racehorse trainer said that his youngster had ten days in the paddock and was 28 days between runs. Price added that Profiteer merely got defeated a short margin and that he was underdone.
He also remarked that the four-week gap was a gauge to make sure Profiteer would still develop his performance going into the Golden Slipper 2021. Profiteer has bagged a total of $1,318,150 worth of cash prizes at the time of writing, per Racenet details. He is a $4.50-equal favourite in the Golden Slipper 2021 wagering.