Te Rapa key to Procurement’s chances

Stephen Marsh is hoping a return to Procurement’s favourite haunt brings out the best in the mare in Saturday’s Listed Shaw’s Wires Ropes Sprint.

“Her two runs back have been great, both right-handed, and I think she’s a bit better left-handed and she’s unbeaten at Te Rapa,” he said.

“It’s a big test, but it will be great to get a good line on her.”

Both of Procurement’s two career wins have been on the Hamilton track and this preparation she has finished runner-up behind the progressive pair of Moochi Me and Kaleidoscope at Tauranga and Avondale respectively.

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