Teacher Brian Dais’ resolution to stick in Brisbane with Seems Like Elvis paid off when the gelding gained the Makers Mark Handicap at Eagle Farm.
Dais had at quite a lot of phases been taking a look on the Newcastle Cup or a race at Caulfield this week however used to be fearful the gelding would not get a get started.
He elected to stick house and Seems Like Elvis ($2.40) did the remainder coming from close to remaining over 1800m to overcome Reckless Selection ($4.20) and Morton’s Fork ($11).
The gelding will now get his likelihood within the south together with his connections having quite a few self assurance.
Dais took Seems Like Elvis to Melbourne and Sydney remaining marketing campaign and because coming back from a spell he used to be gained 4 races and completed 2d within the different.
The win on Saturday must elevate Seems Like Elvis’ score which can be wanted for him to make the sector in some stakes races within the spring carnivals.
Dais is taking a look at races such because the Turnbull Stakes or Cranbourne Cup, even if the gelding may be entered for the Caulfield Cup.
“I’ve been pronouncing for some time that is the most efficient horse I’ve had. He simply assists in keeping making improvements to,” Dais stated.
“I have never utterly dominated out Sydney however the principle factor is to search out dry tracks.”
The race used to be behind schedule just about an hour when apprentice Taylor Williams used to be bucked off Accomplished within the walkway the place the horses pass out to the observe.
Williams used to be handled by means of paramedics and brought to health facility for X-rays on a conceivable damaged left leg.
Former Goldolphin horse Polemic ($11) persevered the great type of jockey Jake Bayliss who were given his 20th winner for the season.
Bayliss used to be raised at Ipswich however after a stint in Victoria he has ridden with Crew good fortune in New Zealand in recent times.
He rode in Queensland all over the wintry weather and elected to stick on so he can lend a hand together with his grandfather’s assets.
Polemic scored by means of a brief neck to the unfortunate Trevelyan ($2.15) within the Canadian Membership Handicap (1835m).
Teacher Stephen Lee picked up Polemic as a Elegance 1 horse from a Godolphin sale and has since gained 4 races with him.
“It took us some time to paintings him out however he likes 1800m and he’s truthful,” Lee stated.