WELL-BRED filly Typing is being aimed at carnival group races after breaking her maiden status in listed company at Toowoomba.
The Sebring two-year-old lived up to trainer Stuart Kendrick’s high opinion of her when she romped home in the Dalrello Stakes at her fourth career start on Saturday, May 2.
It was Kendrick Racing’s second listed win in seven days after Neo won the Prime Minister’s Cup on the Gold Coast a week earlier.
Typing ($17), bought by Kendrick at the Magic Millions sales for just $20,000 and syndicated by Darby Racing, could be a carnival revelation.
She’d finished third in metropolitan company behind stablemate Montana Star last start and Kendrick believes she’ll improve further over more ground.
“I’ve always had a big opinion of her,’’ Kendrick said.
“She’ll now head to the (Group 2) Sires (1350) in three weeks and then into the (Group 1) JJ Atkins over a mile,’’ he said.
Ridden by Jim Byrne, Typing got further back than expected with the leaders setting a hot tempo in front but swooped home from third-last to round them up easily.
She won by two lengths and Byrne concurred that she’ll get further.
“She’ll run 1600m on her ear,’’ he said.
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