13 June 2019
It will be a big three weeks for Trotsynd syndications, with all three current syndications racing in Group Ones, starting tomorrow night with the running of the Group One $100,000 Pearl Classic at Gloucester Park.
Manning, owned by Trotsynd Syndication No 16, is a $4 chance on TABtouch to take out the feature two-year-old event after drawing barrier 10. Trained by Justin Prentice and to be driven by master reinsman Chris Lewis, Manning will be looking for his maiden group one victory after running second to stablemate Major Martini in the $100,000 Sales Classic in March.
The son of Sportswriter, who is named after The West Australian trotting journalist Ernie Manning, was a brilliant heat winner scoring by 22 ½ metres accompanied by the fastest mile rate of 1.58.0. After Friday night, Manning will then be aimed at the Group One two-year-old Westbred Finals on Friday 28 June at Gloucester Park.
Next Friday night, 21 June, Trotsynd’s other two syndicate horses Know When To Run and Has No Fear will be leading chances in the three-year-old Westbred Finals for the boys and girls respectively. Has No Fear, the Group One WA Oaks winner has already amassed over $190,000 in stakes from just 21 starts. While Know When To Run has overcome injuries as a two-year-old to win five of his 10 starts, including a brilliant victory last week at Gloucester Park over a class field. Know When To Run has only been unplaced once and earned stakes of almost $36,000.
Trotsynd, along with Pacing WA, are currently syndicating their newest acquisition. He is a son of world champion sire Bettors Delight and the first foal of top Christian Cullen mare, Robyns C C, making him the same sought-after breeding cross as Lazarus, Chicago Bull and The Fixer.
Details of the latest Trotsynd syndication can be found on the Gloucester Park website http://www.gloucesterpark.com.au/racing/trotsynd-syndication/ but get in quick because there is only limited shares available with three quarters already sold!