GO SUPER EASY! So close to a double at Pukekohe on Wednesday.
In race two Sheezallmine (Super Easy ex Bast) used her handy draw (barrier two), heading straight to the lead, dictating terms throughout to win by three-quarters of a length.
“She won a couple of nice trials coming into today, but race day is completely different and going to the front like that I thought she could be a bit susceptible to being run down late. She did knock-up late, but she’ll take improvement out of today and hopefully she carries on. She’s quite a competitive horse and she really does get stuck in and likes to keep her head in front of the other horses which is half the battle.” Dan Miller
The daughter of Super Easy is owned by Miller’s parents, John and Marie, who were on course to watch their horse win on debut.
The other impressive winner on the day was Super Gee (Super Easy ex Arctic Heights) in race five, he showed good tenacity on debut, picking himself up after a bump then rallying honestly to beat Spring Bouquet on the nod only to lose it in the room post race, bad luck to connections, still a very exciting horse moving forward.
Pictured Super Easy