WRITTEN WEEK OF WINNERS

2018-10-08T22:07:29+00:00 October 8th, 2018|Stallions, Tosen Stardom, Woodside Park Stud, Written Tycoon|

A flourish over the latter part of the week, saw Written Tycoon record five winners in seven days, taking  is season haul to 32 for the season so far.

Written Tycoon’s double at Moonee Valley on Friday night was a highlight of the week with the second race of the night going the way of the Grant and Peter Dalziel-trained Manini Mischief who recorded his fourth career win from 17 starts, while two starts later, the Woodside Park Stud-bred and Magic Millions sold Written Choice recorded a time of 55.22 by winning the Ladbrokes 55 Second Challenge for Logan McGill Racing and jockey Stephen Baster.

Leading throughout, the 4yo has been a model of consistency for his large group of owners, having not finished further back that fourth in his seven starts to date.

Sunday saw the 3yo Written Tycoon filly Tysonic break her maiden at Tatura for the powerful Darren Weir Stable.

Bred by Woodside Park Stud and sold at the Magic Millions yearling sale to Brad Spicer’s Spicer Thoroughbreds, the Harry Coffey-ridden filly settled back in the field before coming wide to chase down the leaders and break her maiden by three-quarters of a length.

With full-relations to both Written Choice and Tysonic set to be foaled this season at Woodside Park Stud, we wish the connections of the recent winners further success on the track.

Another fantastic weekend of racing coming up at Caulfield, we see the running of the G1 Toorak Handicap (1600m), the first of two elite level race victories recorded by Tosen Stardom.

Defeating a class field by a length, the son of global sire sensation Deep Impact has started off his first stud season in fine form at the farm, covering some outstanding mares with a great fertility rate.

In other Deep Impact news, the Champion Sire achieved his 119th stakes winner when his 2yo daughter Gran Alegria produced an outstanding effort to win the G3 The Saudi Arabia Royal Cup (1600m) at Tokyo on Saturday.