Acrophobic started his career off in the best possible matter yesterday scoring on debut at Warwick Farm, stamping himself as a colt with a big future. 

Off the back of 3 promising trials, Acrophobic stepped out for his debut at Warwick Farm over the 1400m. Jumping from the gates, James McDonald settled the colt behind the two leaders off a strong pace. Approaching the 400m James began to wind the colt up and he showed a good turn of foot to quicken to the lead before idling but seeing it out well. James was quick to comment how much the experience would bring him on and that he is a colt with a good future. 

We will see how he pulls up and comes through the run before deciding on his short term future. However, The JJ Adkins is a possible target going forward. 

Congratulatios to owners - Finemore Thoroughbreds, Mr A D Paradice, Mr G M Fraser, Mrs K A Fraser, Grant Bloodstock Pty Ltd, Carpe Diem, Mr R A Aboud.

 

 

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