One to Watch – Northam

Tara Madgwick - Thursday September 9

Bob And Sandra Peters have a hugely successful breeding and racing empire and their latest winner to catch the eye is a debut winner on Thursday by American Pharoah (USA).

Mrs America wins in a breeze on debut - image Coolmore Western Racepix

Three year-old filly Mrs America was well fancied to win the 1300m maiden at Northam on Thursday and delivered the goods for punters with an effortless two length win under Willie Pike.

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The Grant and Alana Williams trained filly was allowed to settle early and unleashed a powerful finish to blitz her rivals in a dominant display.

A homebred for Peters Investments, Mrs America is a half-sister to Group III winner Dark Choice and is the fourth winner from stakes-placed Dark Miss, a half-sister by More Than Ready (USA) to stakes-winner Cohort and to the dam of Group II winner Churchill Dancer.

Mrs America is the third winner from four runners by American Pharoah from daughters of More Than Ready with the other two winners being Japanese Group I winner Café Pharoah and US Group II winner Four Wheel Drive.

Bob Peters obviously likes the nick as Dark Miss has a two year-old colt by American Pharoah called Dark Missile and a yearling filly by the Triple Crown winner to follow.

American Pharoah (USA) is a Premium stallion , click for more information.

American Pharoah is back at Coolmore Australia this spring at a fee of $49,500.


 

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Race Result - Tabtouch Giddy Up Form Mdn 1300m

Northam Track: Good(4) Time: 1:18.37
1
Mrs America
T: G & A Williams J: W Pike 55
3f American Pharoah (USA) x Dark Miss (AUS) (More Than Ready (USA))
2
2.0
Warpipes
T: D L Morton J: B Rawiller 57
3g War Chant (USA) x Soldier's Lass (AUS) (Soldier's Tale (USA))
MM Perth Yearling Sale Book 1 $80,000
V:Yarradale Stud, Gidgegannup, WA
B: War Saint Syndicate 2020
3
4.5
Chang Man
T: Ms P Kenney J: P Harvey 57
3g Blackfriars (AUS) x Need A Lift (AUS) (Passenger (AUS))
4
4.8
Norich
T: Brian Rogers J: C Staples 57
3g Demerit (AUS) x Porongurup Road (AUS) (Alfred Nobel (IRE))
5
6.0
Prince Imortall
T: S J Rowe J: P Knuckey 57
3g More Than Ready (USA) x Hangin' Tough (AUS) (Exceed And Excel (AUS))
MM Gold Coast 2YOs In Training Sale $65,000
V:Alexia Fraser Bloodstock, Warwick, Qld
B: Stephen Rowe
6
6.3
Brisance
T: Tiarnna Robertson J: T Turner 57
3g Alfred Nobel (IRE) x Secret Vault (AUS) (Bletchley Park (IRE))
7
7.2
I'm Believable
T: A G Durrant J: C Johnston-Porter 57
3g All Too Hard (AUS) x Absolute Faith (AUS) (Not A Single Doubt (AUS))
Inglis 2019 June Monthly Online Sale $25,000
V:Bhima Thoroughbreds
B:
MM Adelaide Yearling Sale $10,000
V:Rosden Park, Wellington, SA
B: Durrant Racing
8
9.2
James Jack
T: D & B Pearce J: Joseph Azzopardi 57
3g My Admiration (AUS) x Merrylade (AUS) (Duke Of Marmalade (IRE))
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