He's no pit pony, in fact Homework is the best part of 18hh and certainly stood out in the parade ring yesterday at Newcastle. He is the son of All Too Hard and out of an Elusive Quality mare One Sweet Day.

He is the stable gentle giant who has a big heart and thrives in training. After just missing out on his first two starts Joe found the prefect assignment for him third up over 1500m at Newcastle. He would appreciate the roomy track and he was clearly looking for more ground.

As always he was quick out the gates, Jay took his time to come across and sat comfortably in the lead.The rest was history he lead from pillar to post. Our big gelding galloped bravely down the straight and broke his maiden with his ears pricked.

We couldn't be happier for our loyal owners Wilf and Rosemary Mula, they have several horses racing in both Australia and the UK. Not only have they raced in Australia but they are quite the successful breeders. They have been breeding and selling for several years at all the big sales around the country but this year is one of their most exciting. It's been a dream of theirs for some time and it's all coming true with the help of Newgate. The Mula's have their first stallion by the name "Flying Artie" standing at stud and already have foals on the ground. Pride Racing are very much looking forward to seeing Artie's offspring head through the ring next year.

Congratulations to Wilf and Rosemary on another success.


 

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