A Success!

It was a successful weekend for the stables with three winners and only 2.2 lengths in the way of another three wins.

SERENA BAY (Sebring/Caiguna) was the first winner of the weekend, fighting gamely to the line with jockey Kerrin McEvoy in the 1100m race at Rosehill Gardens. This filly by Sebring is now unbeaten in two starts and we expect very big things in her future.

Serena Bay
Serena Bay

Next up was NORTHWEST PASSAGE (So You Think/Danevade) at Hawkesbury who cruised the field under Ms. Rachel King to win the 1300m race by over two lengths. He made his racecourse debut a winning one.

Northwest Passage
Northwest Passage

In her last start (and her debut), MY TRUE LOVE (Fastnet Rock/Lectrice) finished third battling hard on the 16th of November at Warwick Farm in a 1200m race which came 0.12 seconds away from breaking the track record held by Boasting in 1989. Stepping up to 1300m at Hawkesbury ten days after her first start, she proved that with a little bit more distance, she could win the battle - which she did by 2.5 lengths under jockey Paul King.
My True Love
My True Love


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