Winning Double for Hellbent

Tara Madgwick - Thursday July 7

Yarraman Park’s Hellbent was in hot form on Thursday with two new winners, Hell I Am scoring at Canterbury and then Tattenham breaking the ice at Cranbourne with a commanding win.

Click to read about Hell I Am.


Tattenham wins with a leg in the air at Cranbourne - image Ross Holburt / Racing Photos

Having his first run this year following an unplaced debut in the Inglis Banner last spring, the Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young trained Tattenham was super impressive for Daniel Moor.

The striking bay charged into contention with a brilliant turn of foot over the final furlong and raced away to win the 1300m maiden against older rivals eased down by three lengths.


“He’s a bit of a lad, but he loves his work… he just doesn’t know what he’s doing yet, but I’m hopeful he can learn to focus and improve,” said Moor.

Bred by Segenhoe, Tattenham was a $120,000 Inglis Easter purchase from the Segenhoe draft for Busuttin Racing and is the second winner from well bred winning High Chaparral (IRE) mare Sprout, a half-sister to Group III winner Colour from the True Blonde branch of the Easy Date family.

Tattenham becomes the sixth winner for I Am Invincible’s brilliant Group I winning sprinter Hellbent, who stands at a fee of $22,000 this spring.

Winning double on Thursday for Hellbent, click for more info.




Race Result - Xmas In July - Thurs 21/7 Mdn 1300m

Cranbourne Track: Soft(6) Time: 1:19.81
T: T Busuttin & N Young J: D Moor 57
2g Hellbent (AUS) x Sprout (AUS) (High Chaparral (IRE))
Brave Image
T: M Price & M Kent Jnr J: M J Walker 57
2g Street Boss (USA) x Image (AUS) (Exceed And Excel (AUS))
Carlito Brigante
T: Jason Evans J: A Lynch 59.5
3g Reset (AUS) x Danish Flair (AUS) (Danerich (AUS))
T: Ms C Alderson J: Ethan Brown 59.5
3g Into Mischief (USA) x Regime (USA) (Empire Maker (USA))
Ultimate Thinker
T: Nathan Dunn J: Jack Hill 57.5
5m So You Think (NZ) x Ultima Carta (AUS) (Choisir (AUS))
T: C J Waller J: B Prebble 59.5
3g Toronado (IRE) x Settecento (AUS) (Nadeem (AUS))
Maggie Rocks
T: Julius Sandhu J: Beau Mertens 57.5
5m Magnus (AUS) x Beacon Heights (NZ) (Xaar (GB))
My Dog Diesel
T: Nathan Dunn J: Thomas Stockdale 59.5
3g Reward For Effort (AUS) x Empress Milly (AUS) (Stratum (AUS))
Mighty Hercules
T: J P Salanitri J: Alana Kelly 59.5
3g I Am Invincible (AUS) x My Goodness (AUS) (Lonhro (AUS))
Clifton Street
T: Ms J Mawer J: Lewis German 59.5
6g Street Boss (USA) x Ruby Doll (AUS) (Desert Style (IRE))
Inglis November (Early) Online Sale $1,250
V:Warren Krongold Racing
B: Chevy Lodge Racing
Inglis Premier Yearling Sale $50,000
V:Springmount, Romsey
B: S Leoni / Jason Warren Racing
Dua Luna
T: Ms L Tolson & Ms L Proctor J: Teodore Nugent 57.5
3f Odyssey Moon (AUS) x Two Piece (AUS) (Bernardini (USA))
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