He’s Back

After a short Autumn last year and no appearance in the Spring, due to injury, Signoff surprised everyone with his dominant win at Caulfield in the Listed Lord Stakes over 1700m.


Having completed an extensive rehab program to get him back to the races, he showed he is a “freak” horse winning by a long neck, after circling the field.

To show their sheer shock owner Gerry Ryan said “We had him down as having no chance” and Darren said “I wasn’t expecting that especially coming back from injury.”


The one time Melbourne Cup favourite is now being aimed at the Adelaide Cup in March and will head to Flemington on the 16th for his next start.


Apprentice Harry Coffey had the riding honours for the day, winning his first black type race only half an hour earlier on stable mate Tuscan Sling, who is also owned by Gerry Ryan.


His two black type winners are well-deserved as Harry has puts in the hard yards attending trials and travelling all over Victoria for the stable. Well Done Harry!!!



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