One More Seven More Winners (TBV)
Jul 26, 2016
Ridgeview Park’s stallion recruit Onemorenomore averaged a winner a day last week culminating with a double a Hawkesbury on Sunday.
The former Vinery stallion started with Our Snazzy Chassis (Narromine) on Monday and followed up with Ledecky (Moree), Stock Broker (Singapore), Morendi (Gold Coast), Onemore Twist (Toowoomba) and Fleeting & Alluvion (Hawkesbury).
Fleeting broke through when getting up to 2000 metres for the first time in the A View Turf Maiden Plate (2000m).
“He over-raced last time so we fitted a norton-bit and that helped,” trainer Terry Croft said. “He relaxed, got into a rhythm and ran the journey right out today.”
Onemorenomore sired the first-leg of his Hawkesbury double from Canterbury winner Alanis (Mister C.). The family goes all the way back to Star Kingdom filly Domremon who won the 1996 Debutant Stakes for her owner-breeder Stanley Wootton.
Alluvion was tremendous value at $7.50 in the Steggles Maiden Hcp (1000m). She had finished close-up behind the placegetters in the LR Gimcrack Stakes and G3 Sweet Embrace Stakes at Randwick earlier this season.
Trained locally by Scott Singleton, she missed the kick but recovered to rail up and share the lead before pinching a break in the straight.
Alluvion is from USA bred mare Accretion (Cozzene) who earned black-type in the LR Miss Grillo Stakes in New York before joining Patinack Farm’s Australian team in 2008.
Onemorenomore (Red Ransom) won the Group 1 Champagne Stakes at Randwick in Patinack’s colours and he joined the Ridgeview Park roster earlier this year for a $5,500 (inc gst) service fee.