Group Three Success for Segenhoe Homebred
Mark Smith - Sunday September 23

Segenhoe Stud's Winter Bride ventured from the Gold Coast to Caulfield on Saturday to claim a maiden stakes win in the Group III Ladbrokes Odds Boost Stakes (1200m).

It was the third consecutive win for the in-form daughter of Not A Single Doubt who had not raced since winning over 1200 metres at Doomben in July.

Ridden by Ryan Maloney for trainer Toby Edmonds, Winter Bride came from back in the field to score a half-length win over the favourite Ellicazoom (Testa Rossa) with Platinum Angel (Snitzel) a neck away third. (photo Grant Courtney )


"She arrived just over two weeks ago and had settled in really well and her work on Tuesday morning was probably the best she's worked since we've had her," Edmonds son Trent said.

"We were confident until the barrier came out but she's so tough and versatile, it was a fantastic win."
A homebred for Segenhoe Thoroughbreds, Winter Bride is one of three winners from as many to race out of the Group II AJC Emancipation Stakes winner Amberino (Perugino).

Segenhoe sold Amberino at the 2016 Inglis Easter Broodmare Sale for $150,000 to Vinery Stud when she was in foal to Hinchinbrook. That foal unfortunately died but Amberino had a filly by Press Statement last spring before being bred back to Star Turn.

Winter Bride becomes the 58th stakes-winner for Arrowfield Stud's Not A Single Doubt.

Not A Single Doubt in upcoming sales: