Berdibek broke his Australian duck on Saturday with a commanding win at Randwick in the BM78 1800m. 

After a promising first up effort a fortnight before, Berdibek confirmed the promise and scored in decisive fashion winning by 1.8 lengths. Settled toward the rear, stable apprentice Billy Owen got him in a beautiful rhythm and approaching the 200m it was all over scoring with a smooth win.  

Connections of Berdibek have had to be patient over the past couple of seasons however it looks as if patience will be rewarded going forward. He is likely to have his next start in the January Cup over 2000m on the 11th of January.

Well done to owners Jason Abrahams, Werrett Bloodstock Pty Ltd, Aston Bloodstock, Mrs R J Mula, Mr J D Melick, Mrs J Melick, Mrs S L Pilkington, Mr L M Macri, Ms S Smith, Mr G C Eshman, Mrs F J O'Shea, Mr E P Ehsman, Mr M C Ehsmanm, Mr R S Canceri, Mrs J A Canceri, Ms A Ousback, Mr K G Shepherd, Mr B A Barclay, Mrs D Hanly, Mr W M Hanly

 

 

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