The Law Dress leads to a dirty end in a million spells
It’s all about the girls in the AU$2 million Magic Millions 2YO Classic Jan 19 as the undefeated team Law Dress produced a completely dominant performance to lead the home team with 5 fillings first.
Wow, breaking the law!@tonygollan‘s filly show off and remain undefeated, knock down @mmsnippets Classic 2YO.@RMaloney_Jockey do a proficient job in the saddle! @Black_Soil_Bsk pic.twitter.com/d95ObpySSi
– Racing in the sky (@SkyRacingAU) January 19, 2023
Victory capped another breakout day for Jeff Kruger’s Lyndhurst Stud Ranch and Better Ready following last week’s semi-annual win in which Lot 345 became the highest priced male ever sold for AU$530,000.
After showing a lot of potential in a successful debut over 1,050 meters at Doomben on November 12, Skirt The Law then went on to be the easiest of the models over 1,200 meters at the same track on next month, beat the first winner torque i tee equal to 5 1/4 of the length.
Disqualified by Ryan Maloney, who had made both starts before, in yesterday’s AU$2 million event, the Tony Gollan-trained stout racer was kicked off the $7 track. Australia and was thrown out in the middle of the track to run around the track. straight home, stylish pickup to get home in front of a comfortable one and a half lengths Platinum Celebrationwith further back length Summer of Love (AUS) in third place.
Passionbeat just over two and a half lengths, and fire alleybeat two and three quarters of the length, fourth and fifth respectively, finishing in the female-dominated finish, with Skirt The Law securing connections with an additional AU$350,000 in female bonuses along with the winner’s check for AU$1.16 million.
“She’s beautiful – John Foote and the team bought her at the sale. I know we all said when we bought them we’ll be back here next year, but we’ve determined she’s coming early. , and all she does is improve,” says Gollan.
“I had to trust her today, and she didn’t let me down. I’m very fortunate to have a good team that buys good horses. It’s fun to train a stout person like her.
“There was a very excited group of women (participating in). It was an amazing journey. The women’s group conversations started to heat up after her first win, and then we dreamed it up. be here on this day, and all the talk is about women’s bonuses.
“I really wanted to win this race, one of the best in Queensland, and now that we’ve won it, that means a lot.”
Maloney revealed he was confident of a bold display before kick-off and felt the race was over as he called for full effort from the dirties.
“From the hurdles (2) and her tracking, I was very confident. It went into the script and it was perfect for us on the track,” said the winning driver.
“She’s very flexible, and she gives everything she has, and once there’s distance, it’s basically over.”
Bred and for sale by Lyndhurst Stud Farm, Skirt The Law was AU$170,000 (US$122,577) sale to Gollan Racing, John Foote Bloodstock (FBAA) and Black Soil Bloodstock at the Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale last year.
She was the first pony to run out of the stakes Outperform and Excel outlaw mare Kate, purchased by Kruger for AU$30,000 ($20,751) from Segenhoe Stud at the National Breeding Chicken Sale 2019.
That sale quickly proved to be a wise one with the mare’s half-brother, Masked Crusadersthen won the William Reid Stakes (G1) and runner-up in both the TJ Smith Stakes (G1) and The Everest.
The success of Skirt The Law has put Better Than Ready in first place on the 2-year-old sire earnings chart, with the 2018-19 season champion being the first season Australian stud run by the descendants of the winners. Winner has now accumulated AU$1,579,150 in prize money this season.