Bluebloods Come Up Short

Tara Madgwick - Monday August 10

The 1100m maiden at Pakenham on Monday was notable for including the offspring of champion mares Black Caviar and Miss Andretti in the field, but at the winning post neither of those three year-olds were victorious.

Zipping Boy - image Ross Holburt / Racing Photos

Ready for Caviar, a three year-old filly by More Than Ready (USA) from Black Caviar was having her second start following a debut second at Ballarat, while Mr Raikkonen, a Shamus Award colt from Miss Andretti was making his debut.

Mr Raikkonen finished off well to charge home for third, while Ready for Caviar faded over the latter stages to be seventh beaten over eight lengths.

 

 



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The winner Zipping Boy showed plenty of ability on debut and his win was not unexpected as the Jerome Hunter trained son of Squamosa was well supported in the market.

A modest $26,000 Magic Millions Tasmania purchase for Graebar Park from the Brooklyn Park draft, Zipping Boy is the third winner from unraced Hussonet (USA) mare Zip Zip, a full sister to Group III winner Husson Lightning.

Zipping Boy is another smart type bred on a winning nick featuring Not a Single Doubt and Hussonet that has produced 17 winners from 23 runners including three stakes-winners headed by dual Group I winner Extreme Choice.

His sire Squamosa stands at Sun Stud this spring at a fee of $4,400.


 

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Race Result - Sportsbet-Pakenham Mdn Plate 1100m

Pakenham Synthetic Track: Synthetic Time: 1:05.00
1
Zipping Boy
T: Jerome Hunter J: Matthew Cartwright 55.5
3g Squamosa (AUS) x Zip Zip (AUS) (Hussonet (USA))
MM Tasmanian Yearling Sale $26,000
V:Brooklyn Park Evandale Tas
B: Graebar Park
2
1.0
Rubick Kingdom
T: M, W & J Hawkes J: D Moor 59.5
4g Rubick (AUS) x Cone (AUS) (Redoute's Choice (AUS))
MM Gold Coast Yearling Sale Book 2 $200,000
V:Daandine Stud Goomburra Qld
B: Orbis Bloodstock
3
4.0
Mr Raikkonen
T: Lloyd Kennewell J: J Bowditch 57
3c Shamus Award (AUS) x Miss Andretti (AUS) (Ihtiram (IRE))
4
6.0
Streets Of Suemori
T: J F Moloney J: Patrick Moloney 57.5
4m Shamus Award (AUS) x Suemori (AUS) (Street Cry (IRE))
MM Gold Coast Yearling Sale $100,000
V:Raheen Stud Darling Downs Qld
B: John Moloney
5
6.1
Pinot Party
T: M Price & M Kent Jnr J: Zac Spain 57
3g Deep Field (AUS) x Shiraz Attack (AUS) (Oratorio (IRE))
MM Gold Coast Yearling Sale Book 2 $120,000
V:Alexia Fraser Bloodstock Warwick Qld
B: Darren Weir Racing/John Foote B'Stock
6
8.3
Bella Senorita
T: C Maher & D Eustace J: Ethan Brown 57.5
4m Magnus (AUS) x Belle Of Dubai (AUS) (Dubai Destination (USA))
7
8.6
Ready For Caviar
T: T Dabernig & B Hayes J: L Nolen 55.5
3f More Than Ready (USA) x Black Caviar (AUS) (Bel Esprit (AUS))
8
8.8
Magnita
T: Ms L Tolson & Ms L Proctor J: Thomas Stockdale 57.5
6m Magnus (AUS) x France Soir (CHI) (Rich Man's Gold (USA))
9
9.0
Clusterfest
T: G Eurell J: B Higgins 59.5
4g Cluster (AUS) x Rainbow Arch (AUS) (Archway (IRE))
10
14.0
Burchmore
T: Tara Cochrane J: Chelsea Hall 57.5
6m Oamaru Force (AUS) x Miss Monaco (AUS) (Royal Academy (USA))
11
14.8
Crafty Eyes
T: B J McCarthy J: Ms G Cartwright 59.5
4g Starcraft (NZ) x Foxy Eyes (AUS) (Foxhound (USA))
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