St Emil­lion may head over­seas

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had the race sewn up a long way out.

‘‘At the 1200m I felt pretty con­fi­dent.

‘‘He was en­joy­ing his work. Mur­ray and An­drew al­ways have them very fit and it’s great to pick up a Group One for them.

‘‘He’s a grand old horse and he horse de­served it.’’

The Wanganui mare Darscape Princess gave an out­stand­ing ac­count of her­self in her first Group One out­ing with a strong fin­ish­ing run earn­ing her sec­ond money.

‘‘I’m ob­vi­ously very, very proud of her,’’ trainer Fraser Auret said. ‘‘She’s only a fouryear- old and I’m look­ing for­ward to next sea­son.’’

Au­then­tic Paddy was on the pace all the way and he bat­tled on bravely for third with Savvy Dreams get­ting home late for fourth.

Baker and Fores­man have be­come a for­mi­da­ble train­ing part­ner­ship sad­dling up over 1000 win­ners are based just out­side of Cam­bridge.

TR­ISH DUNELL

Saint Emil­ion win­ning the Gr.1 Bonecrusher New Zealand Stakes (2000m) at Eller­slie.

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