Visitors will be hot on heels of locals in breeders’ stakes
She was one of four Sharrock-trained winners on the seven-race New Plymouth programme and a forerunner to her stablemate Shez Sinsational’s big win in the Darci Brahma International Stakes at Te Rapa on Saturday.
The day’s racing at Te Rapa kicked off with a smart performance by the Cambridge-trained filly Rollout The Carpet, who showed improvement on her earlier fifth and third placings for a convincing win. That was all that her trainers Jeff Mcvean and his daughter Emma-lee Browne wanted to see to convince them that they had the goods to add to the mix for the Matamata feature on Saturday week.
Waiting to race: Oasis Rose, one of a strong contingent of visitors set to do battle with the locals in the $100,000 J Swap Matamata Breeders’ Stakes on Saturday week.