COSMOLOGIST just keeps on winning and Saturday 3rd November at Rosehill was no exception! Cosmo teamed up with his faithful friend Sam Weatherley, who with his 2kg claim, allowed Cosmo to carry just 53.5kg's in the mile and a half race.

True to his style, Cosmo jumped well out of barrier 4 and landed on the good 3 ground just behind the leader SOCIAL ELEMENT (Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott), before settling 2.5 lengths behind him. By the 600 metre mark, Weatherley had allowed Cosmo to close the gap between himself and the leader and was now in the perfect stalking position just on the leaders heels.

At the home turn, Cosmo had crept upsides the leader and was now really putting the pressure on. The pace quickened and it was game on. At the 300 metre mark, Cosmo found an extra gear and kicked into the lead before hitting the finishing line hard.

Pride Racing would like to take this chance to congratulate Ross Williams on yet another Superhorse win, along with Racheal Roberts who rides Cosmo on a daily basis and cares for him so well.


Just one day later, UNKNOWN UNIVERSE made the trip down to Goulburn to team up with well known hoop, Andrew Banks. Despite carrying the top weight of 59kg's over the 1200 metre trip, Unknown Universe jumped as $1.65 favourite.


The pressure of being the favourite wasn't a bother as the duo lead from post to post after rocketting out of barrier 3 to take up the lead on the good 3 ground.

With thanks to Banksy's confident ride Unknown Universe broke his maiden with style!

Pride Racing would like to congratulate Mrs S A O'Connor, Mr J P O'Connor and Mr N J Schneider on breaking their maiden and look forward to what's in store for the future.

 

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