Saturday, 25 July 2015
Dynamic mare Brook
Road will be set for more black-type after a comprehensive victory in
the July Sprint (1100m) at Canterbury on Saturday.
of Greta West Stud stallion God’s Own flew home along the fence to
blouse out Burbero and pacemaker Kencella by more than two lengths. It
increased her earnings to $278,850 and she’s far from finished according
to trainer Kris Lees.
"She needs a solid tempo and I was happy
to see them speed along,” Lees said. "She just let down like you would
want and there’s more in store for her."
Brook Road (4m God’s Own
– Cool Gal by Secret Savings) defeated classic filly Tinto to open her
black-type account in Brisbane earlier this season and Lees is looking
towards the G3 Toy Show Quality (1300m) at Randwick on August 22.
just let them go and she settled," jockey Brenton Avdulla said after
weighing in on Saturday. "I got a great run up on the fence and didn’t
lose any momentum. She has a very sharp sprint when you need it.”
Road was bred by Bart Cummings and is managed by Australian
Bloodstock’s Luke Murrell and Jamie Lovett. Her dam Cool Gal has a
rising two year-old colt by Roman Emperor that was retained by Cummings
after being withdrawn from the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale in February.
God’s Own (Redoute’s Choice) will stand for a $4,400 (inc gst) fee at Greta West Stud in 2015.
July Sprint winner at Canterbury