RAC­ING She’s af­ter black type

Townsville Bulletin - - RACING -

PLANS to run Sheiswhat­sheis in the Townsville Cup have been shelved and the tal­ented mare will try to win a stakes race at Doomben in­stead.

Sheiswhat­sheis has won six races and more than $ 311,000 as well as be­ing placed three times in stakes races.

Trainer Tony Gol­lan would dearly love to win black type with the mare who has been con­sis­tent dur­ing her three rac­ing sea­sons for his sta­ble. Sheiswhat­sheis and Pin­dan Pearl will rep­re­sent Bris­bane’s pre­mier trainer in Satur­day’s Listed Tat­ter­sall’s Mile, the last stakes race of the Bris­bane sea­son.

Connections had ear­lier wanted to run Sheiswhat­sheis in their home­town Townsville Cup ( 2000m) on July 29 but af­ter talk­ing with Gol­lan they elected to stay in Bris­bane.

Yes­ter­day’s UBET div­i­dends

“She has shown she can run 2000 me­tres with her third in the Toowoomba Cup. But she is very good at Doomben and around the 1600 me­tre mark,” Gol­lan said. “Hope­fully, we will get a late sea­son Doomben sur­face with a bit of the sting out it.”

Sheiswhat­sheis came back from an eight- week break to win a 1600m- open hand­i­cap at Doomben last Satur­day week, beat­ing lengths.

Queens­land’s Glen­lo­gan Park Stud bought Pin­dan Pearl at the Chair­man’s Sale in Syd­ney in April and is hop­ing she can earn some black- type be­fore she heads to the brood­mare barn.

“She has had no luck in her races since com­ing from the south and she does de­serve some black- type,” Gol­lan said. Pin­dan Pearl by 5 ¼

DOOMBEN RACE: Alan­nah Fan­court steers home Sheiswhat­sheis.

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