Australia's national two-year-old trialling sale not only promises results - it delivers!
Take, for example, The Majority, which last Sunday made it six straight wins when it scored at Hobart.
Owner Michael Cloak conducts four La Bella Pizza stores in south-east Tasmania, while trainer Matt Dwyer batches concrete. Together, though, they have formed awesome combination with The Majority, which was driven by Alex Ashwood.
Dwyer, from Brighton, is setting the star of his five-strong stable for the Hobart Cup in early January, believing that the standing start conditions will suit the four-year-old, who last Sunday recorded the fastest final quarter of the day at Hobart.
The Majority was a product of the inaugural two-year-old trialling sale at Tabcorp Park, Menangle.
"If that's the class of horse being produced from the sale then count me in," Dwyer said.
As well as The Majority, the sale has come up trumps with the likes of My Mate Stride (1:53.7), Jedi Mind (1:54.7) and Zenable (1:54.8), plus a host of other winners as two, three and now four-year-olds.
This year's sale will follow trials of the 50 catalogued two-year-olds from 8.30am on Sunday, December 8 - the day after the Treuer Memorial.
Sponsored by Garrards Horse & Hound, the sale will be held at its traditional 'home,' Tabcorp Park, Menangle.
Only graduates of the day will be eligible to nominate for the rich Group event, the C.J. Garrard Classic, at Tabcorp Park, Menangle, over 2300 metres, in late August 2014.
Catalogued lots are eligible for such other rich features as Australian Pacing Gold, Australasian Breeders Crown, Bathurst Gold Crown, NSW Breeders Challenge, QBred and Vicbred, with nominations from as far afield as Queensland and Victoria.
Catalogues are online at www.nswhrc.com.au/triallingsale or by contacting Kerry Baker on 0402 336 598, or via email@example.com