At Pakenham on Sunday, Groovin’ kicked strongly in the straight to score a comfortable victory in the three-year-old Maiden over 1600m.
It was a good day at out at the Melbourne Racing Club, Caulfield, today.
It is with great pride today that we announce the retirement of SUAVITO. What a ride it has been for connections, Nigel, and all of us at Blackiston Racing.
Since arriving in Australia last Spring, Sneakers has show plenty of ability on the training track. Today at Cranbourne in her race debut, she showed she has a lot to learn but steamed to the lead and was never really threatened.
Ferro Nero is a horse that needs galloping room and loves being on the outside of horses when making his run. He got all those things at Morphettville on Saturday.
In this month’s bulletin, I talk about the new stable, a new senior appointment in the team, and some recent results.
Winston Legacy, our tall, scopey son of Rip Van Winkle, is still a work in progress and doing what he can in his races. Let’s say he is “winging it” a little, and has a great deal to learn.
Today Getemhel stepped out for her three-year-old season debut at Geelong, in a field that looked to have quite a bit of depth. It was hard to be super confident, but we knew she had talent and hoped she would put it all together in the race.
With first-up form at Caufield over 1400m and in Group 1 races, there was always a little pressure on Suavito to perform on Saturday in the Group 2 PB Lawrence Stakes.
Both Choice and Tiny’s Legacy will join Suavito at Caulfield on Saturday.