Otago Daily Times

Prince Oz winds back clock

- Sports · Horse Racing · Christchurch · New Zealand

Rac­ing: Emo­tions were run­ning high af­ter Prince Oz landed a knock­out blow in the Stew­ards Stakes at Ric­car­ton Park in Christchur­ch yes­ter­day.

Sent out a $31 chance, the 9yr­old wound back the clock to win the $100,000 sprint for a se­cond time.

The first was two years ago when trained by the late Neill Ri­d­ley, who died last month.

Prince Oz came from se­cond­last to win com­fort­ably at his se­cond start for Ric­car­ton trainer Terri Rae.

‘‘It’s a pretty emo­tional win,’’ win­ning jockey Terry Mose­ley said.

Cam­bridge­trained Hyp­nos, rid­den by Danielle John­son, was im­pres­sive in win­ning the group 2 Cou­p­land’s Mile. — NZ Rac­ing Desk

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