Disposition Wins Hannans

Tara Madgwick - Thursday September 21
The stalwart on the roster at Darley Victoria, Reset is the sire of quality Group I placed performer Disposition who gave popular WA owner breeders Bob and Sandra Peters another stakes success on Wednesday when taking out the Listed Hannans Handicap at Kalgoorlie.

Now prepared by Adam Durrant, Disposition fired up nicely off a freshen up for his new trainer to power home and win the 1400 meter sprint by three-quarters of a length under 59kg.

ResetWith seven wins and seven placings from 22 starts and prizemoney topping $944,000, six year-old Disposition has been a model of consistency throughout his career.

He is the best of three runners from Test Case, a half-sister by Testa Rossa to Group III winner Loval Legend from Group I winner Spectrum/

Test Case has a two year-old colt by Reset called Final Hearing and a yearling filly by the same sire.

The sire of 31 stakes-winners, five of them Group I winners, Reset is priced at $16,500 this spring.



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