Maryore tops off huge month for Ridgeview Park Sire (TBV)
Apr 11, 2017
It was yet another great month for Ridgeview Park Stud’s Onemorenomore, the in-form stallion represented by 12 winners including talented mare Maryore, Saturday’s winner of the $400,000 Provincial Championships at Royal Randwick.
The winners came from five different states of Australia along with winners in Hong Kong and Macau. The victories were across city, provincial and country tracks demonstrating the adaptability of the sire’s progeny.
The sire now sits on the verge of breaking into the top fifty of stallions around Australia in terms of earnings.
Onemorenomore’s progeny lined up in black type races on seven occasions during this four week period with juvenile filly One More Honey looking a particularly exciting prospect.
On the back of her dominant Group 2 Sweet Embrace Stakes victory, the John Thompson trained bay took her place in the Group 1 Sires Produce Stakes in demanding conditions at Randwick.
While not filling the placings on this big occasion, jockey Jay Ford noted that “she closed off really well – and I am looking forward to seeing her get up to the mile.”
That occasion will be this Saturday’s Group 1 Champagne Stakes at Randwick where she has opened up a $15 chance with tab.com.au.
Last Saturday saw the Canberra trained five year old mare Maryore take out the lucrative Provincial Championships. It followed the previous week’s win of Victorian sired Good Standing (Equiano) in the $400,000 Country Championships.
Maryore had previously won the $150,000 qualifier at Kembla Grange to make the big day at Randwick. She has now earned almost half a million dollars on the track for connections.
Other winners over the past four weeks have included Speed Hero at Kembla Grange, Elite Artist at Oinjarra, Ashleigh Rae at Cranbourne, Morendi at Doomben, Atlantis Bar at Morphettville, Foyle at Benalla among others.
Meanwhile, Californiatreasure won in Macau, Lim’s Operation saluted in Singapore and Bold Stitch saluted in Hong Kong.