Australian Bloodstock Director Jamie Lovett has identified two imports of theirs that punters should be following in the coming months.

The first being Kettle Hill for trainers David Eustace and Ciaron Maher, a five-year-old gelding that is having his first run in Australia on Saturday at Sandown.

Running at a trip far short of his best on the weekend, Lovett doesn’t consider him to be a winning prospect but is keen to follow him over the mile trip.

“I’ve got a couple of interesting ones racing down your way (Victoria) that are two imports,” Lovett told SEN Track’s Giddy Up with Gareth Hall.

“A horse that would be a good one to follow called Kettle Hill for David Eustace and Ciaron Maher. I wouldn’t say he could win first-up at seven furlongs but once he gets to a mile second or third-up, he’s certainly a horse we could follow.”

The other runner, Glentaneous, is with Anthony & Sam Freedman.

“Another import is Glentaneous for Anthony Freedman, I really like this horse,” Lovett said of the Gleneagles gelding.


“He had a little set back when getting off the plane, but the guys have done a good job to get him back and he’s trialled up nice.

“He’ll need the run again, but I think he’s one third or fourth-up in Australia over the Christmas/January period to follow.”

Kettle Hill is rated a $10 chance with Sportsbet in Race 8 at Sandown on Saturday.

Glentaneous is in the field for Race 7, a BM84, and is rated a $19 chance.


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