Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Racing

Echo Gem Returns To Winning Form

What a terrific performance by the three-year-old daughter of Squamosa, Echo Gem, who produced a brilliant display of speed yesterday to win impressively at Canterbury by 1.8 lengths under the guidance of top jockey Tim Clark. 

 

Echo Gem is a homebred for loyal stable supporter, Jeremy Tan, and comes from a family that Gai knows particularly well having trained her sire, Squamosa, who is doing a phenomenal job at stud, and her dam Porcellanus. Gai also trained Porcellanus’ dam’s sister, the very talented mare Coco Cabanna, to win two Group 1’s. Like her father, Gai loves training the progeny of horses that she has had a long association with.

Echo Gem has kept Tulloch Lodge’s hot streak of winners going bringing up our third winner for the first week of June. She has pulled up from her run in great order and we have pencilled her in to contest either the 3 Year Old Fillies BM70 Handicap over 1250 metres at Canterbury on the the 19th June, or the Fillies & Mares BM78 Handicap over 1200 metres at Randwick on the 22nd June for her next start. She’ll prove very competitive wherever she goes next so keep an eye out and don’t forget to back her.

Click here to view a full replay of the race.

 
 

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