Comme Bella Fille, a lightly raced NZ import had her second win in Australia, winning in town at Canterbury under Tommy Berry. 

A progressive staying filly, she had a task at the top of the straight but showed her turn of foot to be strong late. We expect this filly to develop well over the coming seasons and go through her grades. She will likely appear on the 4th of December at Rosehill in the 4yo+ BM78 2000m. 

Well done to owners-O T I Racing, Mrs C A Richards, Ursino Racing, Mrs T J Yap, Mr K G Shepherd, Mr J F Fildes, Mr M R Washbourne, Rich Rock, Mrs B Vitalone, Mr R Menchise, Mr J P Spence, Mr I D Garrigan, Mr A H Goodfellow, Mrs P I Goodfellow, Webbmck Racing, Mr D W Reynolds, Uthmeyer Racing, Mr J M Gurrieri, O T I Ladies, Mr T G Bayley

 

 

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