Winning Double for Outreach

Tara Madgwick - Sunday March 15


Widden Stud’s blue-blooded young Exceed and Excel stallion Outreach posted a winning double on Sunday with promising wins for Rose Sauvage and Outreach Belle.

Outreach had a winning double on SundayTrained by Tracey Bartley, Rose Sauvage broke through for her first win at Coonamble, scoring by half a length over 1100 metres in the Wellington Boot Prelude after finishing second at her previous outing.

A $90,000 Inglis Classic purchase for her trainer from the Twin Hills draft, Rose Sauvage was bred by Bernie Howlett and is a half-sister to stakes-winner In Good Time being the fourth winner from good producer Turbo Rose.

The Ross Stitt trained filly Outreach Belle won at Grafton, scoring by the best part of a length over 1000 metres.

Placed at her three previous runs, Outreach Belle was well deserving of this win and has now banked over $30,000, a great result given she cost just $1500 as a yearling at the Inglis Scone Yearling Sale.

Outreach Belle is the second winner from Navarino gold, a Lion Heart (USA) daughter of stakes-placed Air of Grace.

Rose Sauvage and Outreach Belle are the third and fourth winners for Outreach, who covered 110 mares last spring at his $7,700 fee.



 

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Race Result - Nutrien Ag Sol. Boot Prelude 1100m

Coonamble Track: Good(4) Time: 1:05.65
1
Rose Sauvage
T: T J Bartley J: G Buckley 56.5
2f Outreach (AUS) x Turbo Rose (AUS) (Strategic (AUS))
2
0.5
Lucky Banner
T: R P Northam J: D Northey 56.5
2f Starspangledbanner (AUS) x Lucky In Love (AUS) (Lucky Owners (NZ))
3
1.3
Mischief Managed
T: Cody Morgan J: G M Ryan 56
2f Spill The Beans (AUS) x Snaps (AUS) (Flying Spur (AUS))
4
3.6
Mega Celebration
T: C Lundholm J: Ms M Weir 56
2f Excelebration (IRE) x Meghalaya (AUS) (Amalfi (NZ))
5
5.2
Yallah Sunrise
T: C Lundholm J: M A Cahill 56
2f Dawn Approach (IRE) x Strace (AUS) (Stratum (AUS))
6
9.4
Booblay
T: S C Jones J: S Lisnyy 55
2f Vancouver (AUS) x Belle Symphony (NZ) (Exceed And Excel (AUS))
7
13.6
Sing Ken Ken
T: T J Fahey J: K Dunbar 55
2f Bon Hoffa (AUS) x Rose Of Tara (AUS) (Song Of Tara (IRE))
8
14.5
King Qin
T: Kylie Kennedy J: A Cavallo 58
2c Supreme Class (AUS) x Neenasimone (NZ) (Fly To The Stars (GB))
9
15.8
Adam's First Pick
T: Dar Lunn J: J Pracey-Holmes 58
2g The Brothers War (USA) x Miss Ginger Nut (AUS) (Magic Albert (AUS))
10
16.7
Judicial Authority
T: Bryan Dixon J: Clayton Gallagher 57.5
2g Shooting To Win (AUS) x Vitrum (NZ) (Van Nistelrooy (USA))
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