Promising Trial Winners for Trapeze Artist
Widden Stud’s Trapeze Artist had two promising trial winners at Randwick on Friday morning.
The first of his two heat winners came when the Bjorn Baker trained colt Disneck finished hard to score a neck win in the quickest of three heats for 2YO’s at 740m.
Looks a promising one for Trapeze Artist at Randwick trials this morning.
— Breednet (@BreednetNews) October 27, 2022
Bred by Phoenix Thoroughbreds, Disneck was a $200,000 Inglis Classic purchase for Bjorn Baker Racing / Clarke Bloodstock from the Gooree Park draft and has a prominent baldy face like his sire. He is from a speedy imported stakes-winner in Lindisfarne (USA), a half-sister by City Zip to Group I placed stakes-winner Flora Dora.
A pair of Trapeze Artist fillies, both with baldy faces, fought out the finish in the next heat with the Michael Freedman trained Allaboutella edging out Annabel Neasham’s Greatestofease despite racing pretty greenly when she got to the front.
2nd trial winner of the morning for Trapeze Artist!
Allaboutella (2f Trapeze Artist x Zelady's Night Out) for @MFreedmanRacing
— Breednet (@BreednetNews) October 28, 2022
Allaboutella runs for Iskander Racing and Suman Hedge and was snapped up by the latter from the Vinery draft at Inglis Classic for $430,000 making her the most expensive yearling by her sire at that sale.
Bred by Phoenix Thoroughbreds, she is the first living foal from Group III winning juvenile Zelady’s Night Out, a half-sister by Myboycharlie (IRE) to Group III winner Excites Zelady.