Otago Daily Times

Prince Oz winds back clock


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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