Once More A Lady kicked off the day at our home track with a win when teaming up with Corey Brown in the TAB Handicap over 1100m.

LAKE LUGARNO set a hot tempo when leading by six lengths which suited our mare down to the ground. Once More A Lady started to make ground on the leader at the 400m while the Snowden trained MISSILE CODA stalked us in third.

200m from home Corey asked the mare to quicken and she lengthened right down to the line to win by 0.8L. Once More A Lady is the daughter of the Vinery Stud stallion Congrats and was bred by her current owner Greenwhich Stud.

Joe was really pleased to see her win first up this prep. She will take good benefit from the win today and the stable is looking forward to her next assignment.

Congratulations to our owner Greg Perry from Greenwich stud.



Speed machine BROOK MAGIC was our second win of the day when defeating the older horses in sizzling time at her home track.

She was first-up over 1000m after two solid barrier trial wins and took up her customary position in the lead for jockey Brenton Avdulla before dashing away to a convincing 1.8-length victory in class record time.

A $40k Inglis Classic Sale purchase, BROOK MAGIC has already proven a worthy investment for her owners, banking $113k from just seven career starts. A short course specialist, the three-year-old daughter of HINCHINBROOK, is likely to pursue black type races before she turns four.

Proven Thoroughbreds has enjoyed a fast start to 2018 with five winners in the first 26 days of the year. And since December Proven Thoroughbreds horses have won 14 races.

Proven Thoroughbreds’ proprietor Jamie Walter is currently in New Zealand inspecting yearlings ahead of the NZB Karaka Sale.


Destiny's Kiss



We feel the old ward horse deserves a special mention as he was very brave in defeat at his home track on Friday. It was a super ride from Corey Brown and an even better run from the stable favourite Destiny's Kiss. He was only beaten 0.3L while carrying the grandstand compared to eventual winner who carried 7.5kg less.

He took up an unusual position near the speed and fought on bravely to just miss out on the win. Considering he didn't get a wet track on the day Joe was over the moon with the result.

Destiny's Kiss will head to the paddock for a well earned rest before returning for his late Autumn/Winter campaign.  

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