"It has been the first time I have been able to give him a spell and it definitely has helped him because he has strengthened up and I'm looking forward to him resuming in the lead up to the bigger races at Menangle in November," Binskin said.
"He has built up nicely and is stronger, if that was at all possible, at this stage I would like to keep him to Menangle because he races so well there but if he needs to go to Newcastle then I would consider it if it meant qualifying for the Miracle Mile."
Gaius Caesar's stablemate Glengowan has been working well also and his racetrack return is imminent.
"They've been coming up together and while Glengowan might have a crack at one of the Miracle Mile qualifiers I'm looking forward to getting him over a longer trip."
"He raced extremely well in the Treuer Memorial last year at Bankstown and I think a race like that suits him so that looks a favourable option at this stage."
Binskin stole the show at Menangle on Saturday night with a treble and the likeable trainer is hoping the stable' success continues over the coming months.
"It was a case where the three horses managed to find winnable races, Franco Noriega continues to surprise me, I was unsure how far he was going to go but if you look at his sectionals it suggests that he might continue upwards through the grades, it was a rewarding night for the stable that's for sure."
"I don't have a huge team and to win three races on a Saturday night is very satisfying.".
Nancy O'Grady || Harness Racing New South Wales |