Ontrack’s highly promising filly Baroda is back in action with Black Type and more QTIS bonuses on her radar.
The good looking daughter of Epaulette completed a hat-trick of wins at Eagle Farm on February 1 and was sent to the paddock for a break after three city wins on the trot.
She had a three weeks at Waverley Park in South East Queensland before returning to the Gold Coast stables of Toby and Trent Edmonds last week.
The plan laid out for her will see the $200,000 Listed Inglis Scone Guineas (1400 metres) on May 16 firmly on her programme. The race is restricted to graduates of the Inglis Sales Series and is run at set weights.
Ontrack has identified a leadup QTIS race in Brisbane for Baroda as we attempt to secure valuable Black Type form for the filly.
Securing Black Type will add considerable value to Baroda and Ontrack has had considerable success in enhancing the value of race fillies by adding Black Type, particularly in Queensland.
In recent seasons Savanna Amour, Test The World and Cymbalism were all sold off the track at a considerable premium thanks to judicious placing during their racing career.
Meanwhile also on the Gold Coast, Ontrack is preparing for the upcoming Magic Millions QTIS sale (16-17 March).
The sale will provide us with the opportunity to secure another group of promising QTIS eligible yearlings to hopefully follow in the footsteps of our smart QTIS flag bearers in Savanna Amour and more recently, Baroda.
In particular QTIS fillies are worth their weight in gold. A Saturday Metro win at two or three brings home an amazing gross prizemoney cheque of almost $80,000 for QTIS fillies.
With trainers Tony Gollan, David Vandyke, Toby & Trent Edmonds and John & Chris Meagher all lined up in readiness, there will be some good ownership opportunities coming up.
Make sure you express interest at our website.