Field Rues Horror Draws With Future Stars Hopefuls

THE box draw for Monday night's Maitland Future Stars final (400) could not have gone worse for East Gresford trainer Charmaine Field.

David Brasch

1 November 2020

THE box draw for Monday night’s Maitland Future Stars final could not have gone worse for East Gresford trainer Charmaine Field.

Charmaine will have two starters, litter brothers Bradman Best and Cherokee Outlaw (Fernando Bale-Lika Jay Jay) after their heat wins back on October 19.

But Bradman Best has drawn the five and Cherokee Outlaw the eight.

“Could not have been worse for both of them,” was how Charmaine summed up the draws.

“Cherokee Outlaw is desperate for the rails, and Bradman Best wants the eight.”

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Charmaine bred the litter from her former 29.85 Wentworth Park winner Lika Jay Jay (Superman-Jamati Jamie) who also has a litter by Dyna Double One about to start racing.

“Yes the boys are promising and let’s hope they can go on with it,” she said.

Charmaine rates Good Odds Tyson the hardest to beat from his box two draw.

Trained by Frank Hurst, winner of the Future Stars in 2018 with Good Odds Harada, Good Odds Tyson won his heat in a fast 22.39.

“He’s the one to beat but it is a very even field,” she said.

Good Odds Tyson’s litter brother Sound Of Silence (Fernando Bale-Good Odds Angel) has drawn box seven in the final and is another considered a strong chance for the $7,000 to-the-winner feature.