Edmonds Racing and Segenhoe Stud team up for another class victory

Jan 09, 2014

Having her first start as a four-year-old mare off the back of a four length barrier trial victory at her home track of the Gold Coast, Redoute’s Choice mare Mining Tycoon headed to Eagle Farm on Wednesday, January 8 to make her debut.

Initially trained in Sydney by both G A Rogerson and Gai Waterhouse, the half-sister to triple Group One winner Bentley Biscuit settled back in the field for jockey Matthew Palmer and as the field rounded the home turn the mare still had many lengths to make up, and not much room.

Once a clear run presented itself, the mare “sprouted wings”, accelerating at a rate of knots to reel in the leaders and score a narrow, but impressive victory.

Extremely valuable as a broodmare prospect due to her black-type pedigree, the aim with this mare is to get as many wins as we can for her and look at getting her some black-type before she heads to stud.

All at Edmonds Racing would like to thanks Segenhoe Stud for allowing us to train this highly valuable mare for them and congratulations to Kevin Maloney and all the Segenhoe Stud team.