Deniliquin Pastoral Times

Plenty to love about a Super Quick performanc­e


Super Quick Love gave her rivals a start and a beating in the Rating 58 Handicap over 2000 m at Mildura on Saturday.

The Echuca mare came from last at the 800 m to post her second win at start 21.

Super Quick Love ($7.50) ridden by Logan McNeil defeated Simon Says by 21⁄4 lengths with Fratello third.

The mare’s trainer Rhys Archard came close to success in Melbourne last week with Reggae Roc.

Reggae Roc ($61) finished strongly and failed by only a neck to run down Garimpeiro in the Benchmark 64 (1600m) at Sandown.

Echuca mare Annemiek was third in the Mildura Rating 58 (1200m) won by $51 outsider Miss Kansas.

Will Gordon rode Annemiek for Michael Newton.

Ballarat trainer Henry Dwyer and jockey Jake Duffey combined for two wins.

Exlover was successful in the Maiden Plate (1000m) and The Siscos Kid claimed the Rating 58 (1400m). The Siscos Kid broke a run of three seconds with an impressive performanc­e.

Group 2-winning mare Sierra Sue ($3.20) was too good for her rivals in the $100,000 Mildura Cup (1400m) on Friday.

Sierra Sue finished strongly to defeat Street Tough by 21⁄4 lengths, with More than Exceed third.

John Allen rode the winner for Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young.

Echuca stables claimed minor placings with Pravro, O’Whatapictu­re and Madam Superior.

O’Whatapictu­re posted his fourth second from his last five starts when beaten by highly promising Colridge.

Colridge, trained by Arthur Pace at Bendigo, scored by 31⁄2 lengths at his second start to win in a stronger grade.

Dean Holland received the Tassie Pegus Medal for leading jockey at Mildura’s two-day meeting.

Holland rode at Caulfield on Saturday but two wins, a second and third on Friday gave him enough points to take the award. Tassie Pegus was only 18 when he rode all six winners at Mildura in May 1974.

There are more wins in store for Mescaminto after dominating at Corowa on Monday.

The three-year-old filly ridden by Shaun Guymer won the Class 1 (1400m) by 43⁄4 lengths from Jerilderie mare Pay the Deeler.

Trainer Andrew Dale also won the Maiden Handicap (1000m) with first starter Mojo Music, ridden by Brodie Loy.

Follow — Silent Impact: Showed group potential winning at Rosehill at his second start.

Coming winners: La Mexicana has won six from 10 starts and will be fitter after first-up second at Caulfield.

Social Element, impressive at Pakenham, has had five jump starts for four wins.

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