Treadmill Helps Sublimity Win China Bowl

Sublimity terrific win in the prestigious China Bowl at last Sunday’s Ararat meeting was further proof how important the treadmills are to the training operation of Darren Weir. Raced by her breeder John Richards, his friend Melville Charles and son Scott, she was a very promising three-year-old winning a Listed race on Cox Plate. However injury sidelined her for over a year but with the use of his treadmills ‘ Weiry’ has been able to rectify her career. She does a lot of her work on the treadmills, including the majority of her galloping. She is just one of a number of horses ‘Weiry’ has got back to the winners circle following a leg injury. It was the five-year-old mare’s fifth win from 14 starts and the $44,000 for the win took her prizemoney past $250,000. Showing a propensity for tracks with a bit of cushion, she will now be sent for the spelling paddock for six weeks and will come back for Mares races in the autumn.


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