After a luckless first preparation where everything seemed to go wrong for him, Tommy Gold got his head in front with a comfortable win yesterday on the Kensington track.

From a tricky barrier, rider Glen Boss went back and had him settled and covered up in the run. Approaching the bend, he pulled him off heels and within a matter of strides strode to the front with considerable ease. The race was put to bed as he idled to the line. It was a lovely performance and one that stamped him as a potential pattern race colt moving forward. 

There are some nice races for him in the spring so we have decidied to spell him to ensure he comes back in at the right time and were excited to see what he has to offer as he matures and progresses. 

Well done to Owner Breeders Waikato Stud who are a fantastic stud farm who have always been loyal to the stable. 

 

 

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