Thursday racing seen the team head to Donald with five runners.
We had a nice debut run from our first starter Ammoudi Bay who flashed home for 4th after settling last.
He certainly looks like one to watch next outing over a bit more ground.
Count Zero was right in the finish after having not much luck at the top of the straight.
He looks to be knocking on the door and a win won’t be too far away for him over the staying trips.
Chorus bounced back to the winners stall with another decisive victory.
With the blinkers off, she jumped quick as she usually does, travelled strong but was able to take a sit off the early leader.
Turning into the straight you could see she was travelling well and she booted clear to win by 3.25 lengths.
She is a gutsy mare to be able to do the hard work at both ends.
Covert Miss was as honest as she comes once again.
She jumped well, and had a lovely run in transit before pulling out wide and rattling home for third.
She continues to run well without breaking through for that win.
American In Paris was having his first start for Wilde Racing and what a way to kick off with a win for new owners to the stable as well. He looks like a stayer with a bright future ahead. American In Paris settled last, off a solid tempo.
He copped a bump at the top of the straight but was able to pick himself up and was powering to the line.
American in Paris certainly didn’t look to be stopping and the further he goes the better suited he will be.
Congratulations to the winning connections of both horses.