Adrian Bott looks to add his his name to the group 1 tradition at Tulloch Lodge

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Winning combination: Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott. Photo: bradleyphotos苏州美甲美睫培训学校419论坛Wizard of Odds: Live Odds, Form and Alerts for all Racing

Adrian Bott’s name sits next to Gai Waterhouse in the Randwick race book for the first time on a day that she has made her own for the past 20 years. So there would be some symmetry if the partnership can bank its first big one at Randwick on Saturday.

The young man knows what a privilege it is to train with Waterhouse and wants the success she and Tulloch Lodge have enjoyed for the more than 60 years.

“The history behind the stable on this day is quite incredible and it is something we want to continue,” Bott said. “Even going back to TJ, he held all the records on this day and Gai has matched them.

“It is something you try not to think about but we would like get our first group 1 sooner rather than later and in Global Glamour, Fabrizio and Dee I Cee … it could come as early as Saturday.

“The principle is the same with every horse – get them ready to the best of your ability and let them show theirs.”

Waterhouse has eight Metropolitans, eight Flight Stakes and seven Epsoms from the long weekend in October as well as having four Spring Champion Stakes winners before it was moved back a week. That is 27 group 1s, almost a quarter of her total success at the top level.

“That’s why she is the best,” Bott said. “Having her horses ready to perform on the biggest day. It is what we have done this year, we will get to Randwick with some great chances and there is some excitement going into the day.”

The Waterhouse-Bott combination doesn’t have the big numbers, but Global Glamour in the Flight, the heavily supported Fabrizio for the Epsom, and Newcastle Cup runner-up Dee I Cee in the Metropolitan.

Fabrizio has been shortened from $10 to $6 since the barrier draw despite coming out of restricted grade into the group 1.

He gets out early to dominate races from the front, which Waterhouse’s horses have often done in the Epsom, and may even start favourite by the jump as punters warm to him on the limit weight of 50kg.

“He is doing everything right and is peaking at the right time,” Bott said. “His win a couple of weeks ago was one of a really good horse and he is absolutely thriving.

“It was not always the plan to get here this quickly. We thought he would get to this level but maybe in 12 months time.

“However, when you have a horse like him fit and well and running the times he did it is hard not to be excited going into the Epsom.”

Bott has a fancy for Dee I Cee at $16 in the Metropolitan and believes he is going to love the long stretches of Randwick after his Newcastle Cup second to Sacred Master.

“He is a horse that I have a lot of time for and I think he is a cups horse,” Bott said. “Kerrin McEvoy is going to ride him on Saturday and I think they will really complement each other.

“Kerrin has come out and done a lot of work on him and the trip [of 2400m] is the key to him.”

Talented filly Global Glamour “has been her own worst enemy” in two runs this time but has still been competitive in the Furious Stakes and Tea Rose Stakes. She has been slowly away and tried to run off the track on the turn first-up when in the Furious, before blowing the start in the Tea Rose.

“I think we have fixed those quirks and if she does everything right on Saturday, she will take a stack of beating,” Bott said

“Having the couple of runs and the extra work under her belt will help her naturally and we have added a barrier blanket on Saturday, just to lower her energy levels at the start.

“That will allow her to get away with them and perform at her best.” The ultimate racing form guide with free tips, live odds and alerts for all racing.

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