Winning Return for All Time Legend

 In 2017, News

Glamour grey sprinter Classique Legend might be the star of Les Bridge’s team at present, but he has another bright prospect in progressive Zoustar gelding All Time Legend, who scored a surprise first up win at Randwick on Saturday.

Taking on a very competitive field in the Benchmark 72 event over 1300m, All Time Legend was easy in the market, but hit the line hard to win by half a head with Kerrin McEvoy in the saddle, holding off a late challenge from Air to Air.

A $300,000 Inglis  Easter purchase for Carmel Size Racing from the Woodside Park draft, All Time Legend is a full brother to smart metro winner Star Fall and is the second winner from Snow Bell  (Fr), a stakes-winning  daughter of Kendargent.

With three wins from five starts and over $100,000 in prizemoney, four year-old All Time Legend looks to be a potential new stakes-winner in the making for Widden Stud’s champion sire Zoustar.