Day At The Track

2YO winner by Million Dollar Cam

08:35 AM 10 Mar 2020 NZDT
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Million Dollar Cam
Million Dollar Cam - Pictured winning a race in 2002.

Promising Million Dollar Cam two-year-old filly Milliondollar Kiss charged home from worse than midfield to notch her maiden success in a heat of The Allwood at Globe Derby Park.

Reigning US Horse of the Year Shartin was the headline act of a huge week for her sire Tintin In America, who left winners in three different countries. Having her first start for the year, Shartin was a conspicuous last at the three-quarter pole before storming home late to win a $US50,000 Mares Invitational at Dover Downs, Delaware.

She clocked 1:50 for the mile with the last two quarters in 27 and 27.8.

Other Tintin In America winners were the three-year-olds Wotdisusaay (1:56.8, Ballarat) and Common Courtesy (1:58.8, Wangaratta), Andrew Jay (1:58.3, Redcliffe) and the Dunedin, New Zealand winner Bella Sara.

Caribbean Blaster was represented by a pair of winners in the West in All The Bells (1:59.5), who is undefeated in two starts this season, and Caruba, the winner of three of her last four. Both are members of Caribbean Blaster’s first crop.

A True Sensation, a mare bred by Yirribee Pacing Stud, won her second race at Bathurst.

Yirribee Pacing  Stud sold 15 of the 16 lots presented at the Australian Pacing Gold sale at Warwick Farm with the highlight being the Courage Under Fire-Very Chic NZ colt sold to Barry Purdon for $50,000.

 

By Peter Wharton

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