Cup Day Success

 With the Flemington Carnival in full swing and the first Tuesday in November already been and gone, the winners have continued rolling in for the stable. Although no runners in the big race, it was still a very successful Melbourne Cup day with the team getting a double on the biggest day on the Australian racing calendar.

The first of our stable stars to fly past the famous Flemington winning post first was Speedeor, he has continued his great run of form this time in, making it two from two after taking out the $100,000 Schweppes #FlemingtonFling over 1000m. With Luke Nolen in the saddle he travelled well down the long Flemington straight and found the front at the 400m where he proved far too ‘speedy’ for his rivals, going on to win by an impressive 1.25 lengths.

Whilst Jennifer Lynn got the team a race to race double when she again showed her dominance as she rises through the ranks. Her win yesterday in the listed $150,000 Lexus Hybrid Stakes over 1400m was her third in a row and took her career tally up to four wins from five starts. It was a spectacular performance by the filly who from being last on the turn and the widest entering the straight showed a brilliant turn of foot to run down her rivals and get there by a nose over Prompt Response.

Congratulations to everyone involved in these exciting three year old’s who have very promising futures ahead!


Photo: Racing Photos




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