After putting a line through his last run, stable favourite EASY EDDIE ($11) sprinted to victory over 1100 metres under Andrew Adkins at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday 30th June. Drawn barrier 5, EASY EDDIE jumped well and settled on the rail just a couple of lengths off the leader who was SWEET SERENDIPITY trained by Jason Coyle. By the 500 metre mark, Adkins encouraged EASY EDDIE to come off the rail and match the leader, increasing the pressure on the other runners to keep up. Entering the straight, Adkins asked EASY EDDIE to pick up the tempo and pick up he did, battling on until the very last second to win race 9 with pure determination.

Our handsome SUPER EASY (NZ) x TWIN TOWN (GB) gelding was purchased for just $55,000 at the Australian Inglis Premier Yearling Sales from consignor Two Bays Farm, Flinders. He has now secured just under $200,000 in prize money having won 5 of his 13 starts and only placing out of the top 4 twice in his whole racing career.

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