The stables hot streak continued with a double and promising first start 3rd at Canterbury Friday Night. 

After an incredible 3/3 on New Years Day at Randwick confidence was high heading into Friday Night at Canterbury. Our first runner of the evening was Al Snip who was having her first racecourse start. Having drawn an outside gate things were always going to be tough as she worked hard to get to the lead. She showed a lot of guts and natural ability as she very nearly pulled it off going down by 0.7 lengths. She looks a promising filly who we look forward to going back to the races with in the coming weeks.

The second runner of the night was Quantico who contested a hot Maiden Plate 1100m. He was coming off the back of 2 impressive trials and we were hopeful of a bold showing. He duly delievered the goods putting in a good display winning in a class record time with plenty of improvement to come. Jockey James McDonald was highly complimentary and the colt looks to have a very bright future. The son of I Am Invincible/Hoss Amour was an Inglis graduate who fetched $1.05million at the 2018 Easter Sale selling to John O'Shea Racing/China Horse Club/Boomer Bloodstock. Well done to connections China Horse Club Ltd, J E Abrahams Ltd, Segenhoe Thoroughbreds Ltd, Werrett Bloodstock Ltd, Yarraman Park Stud, Mr A D Paradice, Bill Duncan Bloodstock Ltd, Mr H J Mitchell, Mr R B Gold.

The final runner of the evening was De Valera who scored easily in the BM70 1900m under the guidance of Brenton Avdulla. De Valera put in a below par effort last time at Randwick over 2400m previously but this drop back to 1900m seemed to suit him well. He is a possible for a similar race back at Canterbury over same course & distance on the 17/01. He is a horse who we havent seen the best of yet, he executed his race well and hopefully can now progress on to bigger and better things. Well done to owners Domeland Pty Ltd

 

 

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