First winner for Cam's Fool at Pinjarra

03:24 AM 06 May 2014 NZST
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Cam's Fool has sired his first winner
Cam's Fool after winning the Oliver Wendell Holmes Pace
Cam's Fool, a royally-bred son of Cam's Card Shark and who stands at Allwood Stud near Perth, was represented by his first winner from his first starter when the two-year-old filly Sea Me Smile emerged successful at Pinjarra on Monday (May 5).

After racing midfield in the running line, the filly joined the three-wide train in the back straight and, switched four deep on the home turn, stormed home down the outside to win in a three-way photo.

The mile rate for the 1684 metres was 2:00. She covered the last 800 in a blazing 56.7 seconds!

The filly is trained by Debbie Lewis, who also part-owns her, and was driven by her husband, Chris.

Sea Me Smile is the second foal of the multiple Gloucester Park winner Rylee Jo 1:59.4 ($53,222), an Albert Albert mare.

Cam's Fool, a winner of $825,917, was the winner of 24 races including the Oliver Wendell Holmes and eliminations of the Cane Pace and Messenger Stake.

He ranks as a half-brother to the USA 2YO of the Year, Breeders Crown champion and successful sire I Am A Fool ($1.1-million), A Fool For Mark (1:49.6) and the Stakes-winning filly Kissed By A Fool.

Cam's Fool only had eight foals from his first crop and two have qualified and one is now a winner. A two-year-old filly by Cam's Fool named Our Thumbellina won an education trial at Pinjarra on Sunday morning.

by Peter Wharton

 

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