The connections of League Of Nations may be celebrating at Belmont Park for the second time in seven weeks
League Of Nations made a triumphant Western Australian debut at Belmont Park seven weeks ago and, according to Punting Form, he will take a world of beating in the Iron Jack Handicap when he returns to the venue on Wednesday.
A Class Three handicap winner on his first start since joining Chris Gangemi from Peter and Paul Snowden, League Of Nations ran up to his New South Wales best before flopping at Pinjarra Park second up. League Of Nations was drawn high down the Pinjarra Park straight but he led what was a fast tempo, even for a 66+ handicap, on a heavy surface and returned to the yard with an elevated heart rate. According to Punting Form, only Chaser has recorded a sprint figure close to that of League Of Nations and the former's performance dates back almost two years to his second race in which he finished seventh behind I Am Incredible.
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