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The Steven Burridge stable continued it's good form last weekend with emerging three-year-old Lim's Ripple saluting on Friday night.
Having notched up four winners two weeks ago, the Burridge stable wasted little time collecting their next winner, with Lim's Ripple justifying his solid market support in the second event.
Our Ivanhowe wins 2017 Ranvet Stakes Group 1 $700,000 at Rosehill (NSW) 3yo+, 2000m.
Our Ivanhowe scored an impressive first up win. He settled back in second last place in the seven-horse field before commencing his move (wide) nearing the home turn. He responded quickly, took the lead at the 200m and then drew away to win easily.
Winx wins 2017 China Horse Club George Ryder Group 1 $1Million at Rosehill (NSW) 3yo+, 1500m.
Winx yet again proved herself a champion, as if it was necessary, with one of her most brilliant wins, her 16th in succession. She was a bit slow to move, was last early on, but Hugh Bowman soon improved her position when the pace was so moderate, to race back in fourth place, with cover, travelling comfortably despite the Heavy 10 track. She cruised up (wide out) at the home turn, raced clear nearing the 200m and then drew right away to score effortlessly.
Gingernuts wins 2017 Sky Racing Rosehill Guineas Group 1 $600,000 at Rosehill (NSW) 3yo, 2000m.
The New Zealand Derby (Gr 1, 2400m) winner Gingernuts was impressive at his Australian debut in scoring a very strong win here. He settled back in tenth place, moved up smartly from the 600m, was a distant third on straightening, got to the front at the 200m and then went on to score decisively, staking claims for the upcoming ATC Australian Derby (Gr 1, 2400m) in the process.
She Will Reign wins 2017 Longines Golden Slipper Group 1 $3.5Million at Rosehill (NSW) 2yo, 1200m.
She Will Reign scored an outstanding win here, her first at Group One level. She was midfield early on before improving along to inner to settle in fifth place on the rails. She continued through on the inside rounding the home turn, took the lead on passing the 300m and was untroubled from that point to win clearly. It was also a very good ride by Ben Melham.
Russian Revolution wins 2017 Nathan’s Hotdogs The Galaxy Group 1 $700,000 at Rosehill (NSW) 3yo+, 1100m.
The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained colt Russian Revolution is now the winner of five of his six starts and he resumed to score his first win at Group One level with a very smart first up performance. He began well from his outside barrier (14) and was sixth early on (out deep) before improving to race in fourth spot (still wide). He challenged nearing the 200m and the finished a bit too well to win in good style despite a wide trip.
Palentino wins 2017 Incognitus Blamey Stakes Group 2 $200,000 at Flemington (VIC) 3yo+, 1600m.
Palentino broke well from barrier two to lead briefly but soon after drifted slightly to settle third against the rails, where he remained to the 800m. Jockey Mark Zahra eased the entire away from the fence near the 600m and approaching the last corner had him perfectly positioned to challenge, which they did passing the 300m. Zahra shook him up and he bounded clear to win as he liked by more than three lengths at the post.
Hellova Street wins 2017 Goodwood Racecourse March Stks Group 3 $120,000 at Flemington (VIC), 1400m.
Multiple listed stakes winner, Tasmanian raider Hellova Street jumped in line in an even start but soon went forward to take up the running. Under Dean Holland, the six-year-old cruised along in front past the 800m and they were leading comfortably approaching the last corner. Into the straight, Holland gave him a shake and they scooted clear by two lengths. Inside the 200m nothing was making any impression and he scored a comfortable one and a half length victory.
The Steven Burridge trained Chalaza proved most impressive on Friday night and was clearly one of the standout performances of the weekend.
Only lightly raced, Chalaza broke through for a handy maiden win two back before taking another step forward on Friday night.