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.

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