Street Boss gelding Elite Street back to winning ways in Crawford Stakes

Mark Smith - Sunday October 17

The five-year-old Street Boss (USA) gelding Elite Street chalked up his first win since last year’s Group 1 Winterbottom Stakes in the Listed RS Crawford Stakes (1000m) at Ascot on Saturday.

Elite Street bounces back in Crawford Stakes (image Western Racepix)

Making his first appearance in twenty weeks, the Dan Morton-trained gelding did not measure up to the best sprinters in the Eastern States earlier this year.

Elite Street failed to place behind Nature Strip in the Lightning Stakes, Zoutori in the Newmarket Hcp, and Masked Crusader in the William Reid Stakes.

He returned home to finish a luckless second in the Group III Roma Cup but was never a factor when unplaced in the Group III Belmont Sprint in May.

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Ridden by Brad Rawiller, Elite Street defeated the 12yo Redoute’s Choice gelding Rock Magic by three-quarters of a length, with the 7yo Written Tycoon gelding Stageman a half-head back in third.

A homebred for Anita Vale Stud’s Robert Anderson, Elite Street advances his record to six wins and a second from 14 starts with earnings of $848,580.

Anderson races the son of Street Boss (USA) with Dan Morton’s parents Len and Annette Morton.  

Retained to race following x-ray issues as a yearling, Elite Street needed to have bone chips removed early in his career.

He is the best of two winners from as many to race out of the 5-time winning Exceed And Excel mare Elite Ateates, a daughter of the crack racemare Ateates.

A daughter of Zeditave, Ateates numbered four wins at Group II level, AJC Silver Shadow Stakes, Expressway Stakes, MVRC Champagne Stakes, and SAJC Yallambee Classic, among her six wins, and placed in the Group 1 SAJC Goodwood Hcp.

Elite Ateates has a 2yo Dundeel filly named Bonnie Gladys, a yearling Written By colt and recently foaled a colt by Spendthrift Stud’s Omaha Beach (USA).

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Race Result - Furphy - R.S. Crawford Stakes LR 1000m

Ascot Track: Good(4) Time: 0:58.25
1
Elite Street
T: D L Morton J: B Rawiller 59.5
5g Street Boss (USA) x Elite Ateates (AUS) (Exceed And Excel (AUS))
2
0.8
Rock Magic
T: C & M Gangemi J: C Johnston-Porter 55
12g Redoute's Choice (AUS) x Rockabubble (AUS) (Bubble Gum Fellow (JPN))
3
0.9
Stageman
T: A G Durrant J: W Pike 56.5
7g Written Tycoon (AUS) x Best Feature (AUS) (Secret Savings (USA))
Inglis Ready 2 Race Sale $310,000
V:Chevaux Bloodstock, Mittagong
B: Belmont Bloodstock Agency (FBAA)
Inglis Classic Yearling Sale $64,000
V:Gainsborough Lodge, Darling Downs, Qld
B: Chevaux Bloodstock
4
1.8
Indian Pacific
T: N D Parnham J: B Parnham 57.5
5g Zoustar (AUS) x Rosarino (AUS) (Perugino (USA))
Inglis Premier Yearling Sale $110,000
V:Bowness Stud, Young, NSW
B: Parnhams Racing Stable
5
2.0
Mervyn
T: Luke Fernie J: Chris Parnham 56.5
8g Henny Hughes (USA) x Chancery Court (AUS) (Green Line Express (USA))
MM Perth Yearling Sale Ses 2 $6,000
V:Quanah Park Thoroughbreds, Oldbury, WA
B: Justin Warwick
6
2.6
River Beau
T: B V Watkins J: J Whiting 55
5g Snippetson (AUS) x Peggie's Louise (AUS) (Oratorio (AUS))
7
2.9
Flirtini
T: Simon Miller J: Joseph Azzopardi 56.5
6m Artie Schiller (USA) x Ajaweed (AUS) (Hennessy (USA))
Inglis Classic Yearling Sale $150,000
V:Emirates Park, Murrurundi
B: B McRostie
8
3.8
Bam's On Fire
T: N D Parnham J: S Parnham 55.5
6m Universal Ruler (AUS) x Im Your Fire (NZ) (Holy Roman Emperor (IRE))
9
4.7
Don't Fuss
T: D & B Pearce J: S O'Donnell 55
8g Scandal Keeper (USA) x Sateen (AUS) (More Than Ready (USA))
10
5.5
Carocapo
T: J P Taylor J: J Brown 55
8g Husson (ARG) x Smytzer's Rose (AUS) (Danehill (USA))
MM Perth Yearling Sale $90,000
V:Toreby Park, Oakford, WA
B: Damien Wyer Racing And Bloodstock
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