Fast forward a couple of years and Doudle’s judgment has proved spot-on, the now four-year-old mare returning her $15,000 purchase price almost tenfold on the back of a hot winning streak that could extend to four at Morphettville on Saturday. “That year when I went to the sale, she was honestly the only horse I liked,” Doudle said “There were obviously plenty of horses from that sale that turned out all right but she was the only one for me. “She was in my price range and I really liked her.
Hussybay capped a hot two months of racing when he finished hard along the rails to overhaul Wasabi Bob in a slugging finish at Morphettville on Saturday. It was the gelding’s seventh win from 12 starts since making his debut less than a year ago. As well as boosting Hussybay’s record, the success also underlined the talents of gifted Victorian apprentice Chris Caserta, who chose to take a trail on Wasabi Bob mid-race then had the confidence to wait for an inside run in the home straight.
“He’s always shown us he was a really nice horse but he’s bred to get over a mile at least and we thought he was going to be a lovely horse next prep,” said Irishman O’Shea, who co-trains the gelding with partner Ashton Downing. Manzala, however, showed he already the traits of a lovely horse, delivering an all-Irish result with his strong-finishing win in the Trader Plate.
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