Same track, same distance, same horse, same jockey, same result!

Jun 01, 2014

When you manage to get a mare in form, more often than not, they continue it – and in the case of Spurs And Sashes, she clearly proves that theory.

Having finished in the top three at all her starts for the Edmonds Racing Stable (her last six), four-year-old Flying Spur mare Spurs And Sashes won for the third time in her last five starts, and second on the trot.

Owned by the Hunter Valley-based Segenhoe Stud, Spurs And Sashes is out of the Royal Academy mare Royal Sash, a Group Three winner of the Mannerism Stakes.

As a half-sister to Group Three winner Vivi Veloce and the Listed placed Just Been Lucky, the ever consistent Spurs And Sashes is a valuable broodmare and the more wins next to her name the better!

Travelling back in the field after being slowly away, the Travis Wolfgram-ridden mare came with a well-timed run to defeat Powerful Jet by three-quarters-of-a-length with Monbazillac a short neck back in third place.

It was great to have members of the Maloney family on course at teh Gold Coast on Saturday for the victory of their mare!!