The Sunday Mail (Queensland)
Keys can’t unlock wins this Snowden season
TRAINER Ken Keys is looking forward to a race day free of Snowdens.
Keys’ star sprinter Rich Enuff again played bridesmaid to the father-and-son duo of Peter and Paul Snowden at Caulfield, finishing second to the Sydney pair’s speedy mare Bounding yesterday.
Last year Rich Enuff’s phenomenal run was ended when he was outpunched by the Snowdens’ Shooting to Win in the Caulfield Guineas.
Kerrin McEvoy took the sit on Bounding behind Rich Enuff and Miss Promiscuity, pulled out at the 300m mark and then put four lengths on the Cranbourne sprinter by the line. Miss Promiscuity finished a neck back in third.
It was comeback galloper Rich Enuff’s first run since November.
“I am finding the Snowdens a little bit hard to beat,” Keys (pictured) said. “But he did everything right, there was no unprofessionalism about him at all.”
Peter Snowden said former New Zealand mare Bounding came to their stable after its last start with an impeccable record, seven wins and six seconds from 14 starts.
The trainer said yesterday’s victory was part of a carefully laid plan that could see the mare back at Caulfield late next month chasing Group 1 glory.