FRIDAY ADDINGTON: “ACCIDENTAL” DRIVE GETS MARK HOME IN SIRES STAKES -first of 6 on Premier night ADDINGTON REVIEW
Mark drove One Change to a fine debut win at long odds in the Sires Stakes heat on Friday. But nobody was more surprised than he was.
But for a technicality he would not have been driving One Change at all.
“I was to drive Virgil and rang up to put my name down when I realised that All Stars Stables being a co-owner meant I couldn’t drive any other horse. So I switched but I really expected the first starters to lack the practice to win a race like that. “
Sometimes even the experts don’t get it right. But Mark did mostly on Friday winning six races with some outstanding exhibitions of horsemanship
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Mark doesn’t look surprised but you can bet he was. Mike Woodlock and Trevor Casey were just overjoyed with One Change winning on debut
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Past Stars at All Stars
Who is she ? An expensive yearling, she showed exceptional promise as a two year old and made her debut in the Welcome Stakes where she was 4th to Waikiki Beach, Motu Premier and Chase the Dream. She later ran second in a Breeders Crown Final and later still was a female winter pacing star in North America. Now she has been bought by Alabar Stud and has returned to Australia. She also had a rather famous half-brother. Know her?