Harmonic a class act: Waugh

Class act: Tim Clark riding Harmonic to victory in The Championships Provincial heat at Hawkesbury last month. Picture: Geoff JonesKim Waugh has labelled Hawkesbury-trained galloper Harmonic the class horse of the field heading into Saturday’s The Championships Provincial final at Royal Randwick.

Harmonic, from Tony McEvoy’s Hawkesbury stables, won the fourth heat of the series on his home track last month and will lead the Hawkesbury charge alongside Unequivocal and Radical Impact in the $300,000 final.

Tim Clark is again listed to ride Harmonic in a field that includes six horses from Newcastle trainer Kris Lees.

Wyong trainer Waugh also has a pair of horses in the final, Oxford Poet and Supreme Effort, and said it would be a tough race while praising McEvoy’s charger.

“Harmonic is the class horse of the field and Kris Lees has quite a few that are more than handy so it will be a tough race,” she said.

“But I’m very happy with my two, they’re going well.”

The Championships Provincial final is in race three at Randwick and jumps at 12.45pm.

See Wednesday’s Gazette for a full wrap.

Racing returns to the Hawkesbury Race Club on Thursdaywith almost $200,000 in prizemoney on offer.

The feature event comes in race one with the $45,000 Hawkesbury Stayers Prelude – a Benchmark 75 Handicap over 2000 metres.

The club will also run a $22,000 Maiden over 1300 that is restricted to provincial and country-trained gallopers.

Gates open at 11am with free entry for Blacktown Workers Club, Richmond Club and Panthers members.

The meeting will be the club’s last until one of their biggest events of the year – the Hawkesbury Race Club Stand Alone Saturday on May 2.

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