Another More Than Ready SW for Peters

Tara Madgwick - Saturday July 6
The late announcement of the return of champion sire More Than Ready (USA) to Vinery Stud this spring is sure to have been greeted with enthusiasm by leading WA owner breeders Bob and Sandra Peters, who have enjoyed Group I success with him through their glamour fillies Dreamaway and Perfect Reflection.

True Attraction - image Perth Racing TwitterMore Than Ready delivered them another stakes-winner on Saturday at Belmont when three year-old gelding True Attraction won the Listed WATC Aquanita Stakes over 2000 metres.

Prepared by Grant and Alana Williams, True Attraction has been super consistent this preparation and was a short priced favourite that raced away to win by a length and three-quarters taking her overall record to four wins and four placings from 10 starts with prizemoney in excess of $264,000.

A full brother to stakes-winner State Prosecutor, True Attraction is the third winner from stakes-placed Flying Spur mare Significant, a half-sister to Group II winner Crown Prosecutor.

True Attraction is the 195th stakes-winner for Vinery Stud's evergreen More Than Ready, who comes back to Vinery this spring at a fee of $55,000.


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