Seaburge Surge

By Andrew Eddy
David Hayes is looking to rising four-year-old Seaburge to be one of Lindsay Park's big-time performers this spring following another sparkling trial at Flemington.

Last spring, Seaburge was nosed out of two Group 1s before failing to come up in the autumn where he was unplaced in three races but Hayes said he was confident the horse will return to his spring form this preparation after impressing in the pre-season.

"He probably excited me more than any of the others this morning," Hayes said.

"He really exploded from the 800 to the 1000 and he looked like a horse whose spring form is back. He was beaten a head in the (Caulfield) Guineas and a head in the Mackinnon (Stakes).

"I'm hoping he's a weight-for-age horse."

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