Anelace sailed down to the line with ease at Kembla Grange on Saturday. Not only did she win on debut but managed to over come a wide gate and interference at the bend.

Anelace is the daughter or O'Reilly out of the New Zeland mare Roma Kabeel and was bred by her owners at Meredith Park. With three trials under her belt she lined up for very first start at Wyong with Noel Callow in the saddle. Jumping from barrier twelve at her very first start we expected she would have been in the second half of the field. However Anelace flew lids and wanted to get going so jockey Noel Callow restrained her early so she conserve her energy for the finishing stages.

Anelace settled for the first 600m at the rear of the field before showing a great turn of foot around the bend. At the 350m the Coyle trained BELLE OF CLONMEL shifted out and bumped Anelace but lucky for us that didn't stop her. Once she balanced up in the straight she put her best foot forward and sailed down to the line to win by 0.59L.

Her very excited owners were on track at Wyong and it was such a joy to see them cheer her home. Sue Woodcock from Meredith Park was over the moon to see her filly be first past the post. It's such a delight for a breeder to see all their hard work pay off.

Congratulations to our long standing clients Sue Woodcock, Micheal Everett and Harry Everett from Meredith Park. Anelace is Harry's first ever horse and we couldn't be happier to be involved in the win.


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