The writing was on the wall at Emergent's last start at Warwick Farm when finishing second to promosing filly Sharapova over 1200m. The 3YO son of Sebring and half-brother to sire Doomsday produced what he had always promised stepping up to 1400m for a 1.8L win. 

"It was great to get the win on the board for his owners and fantastic supporters of mine- the Hutchins family. He's come back much better since being gelded and he should be able to progress through his grades nicely now". commented John O'Shea after the win.

Jockey Brenton Avdulla provided Emergent's owners with pleasing insight for the future- "That was a pretty painless win, he tracked up nicely and put them away with ease- he might even appreciate a set of blinkers and a bit further in distance". 

 

 

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