Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Racing

Ready To Prophet Adds Some Well-deserved Black Type To Her Resume

Ready To Prophet (Smart Missile/Ready To Live) was nothing short of impressive in her victory in the Listed Denise’s Joy Stakes on Saturday at Scone under the guidance of Adam Hyeronimus. The three-year-old daughter of Smart Missile was just too strong for her rivals in the final stages of the race. 

 

The $40,000 purchase by Dynamic Syndications from the 2017 Magic Millions Yearling Sale has come through her run in great order and will potentially head to Queensland for her next start with plans yet to be confirmed.

The day only got better for Dynamic Syndications when their three-year-old gelding, Frenzied (Americain/Paris Tryst), took out the Anna Jarvis Class 1 & Maiden Plate over 2000 metres at Kembla Grange. The Dynamic gelding was absolutely eye-catching winning in the final stride. Circumstances had him that he was back travelling third last on the fence and how young Winona Costin got him from there to win by a bob of the head is remarkable, it is a riding feat in itself. Frenzied now heads to Randwick on the 25th of May to contest the Benchmark 78 Handicap and if he wins the way he did on Saturday he will be heading to Queensland to the Derby. A true rags to riches tail.

 

Click here to view a full replay of Frenzied's impressive victory.

 
 

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