Ontrack Thoroughbreds useful sprinting mare Cymbalism scored a convincing win at Doomben courtesy of a faultless ride by Tegan Harrison.
The daughter of Denman lead virtually all the way to win her fourth race in style from hot favourite Emsie Is A Star.
Cymbalism came north to Meagher Racing’s Eagle Farm base late last year and in four starts up north she’s won twice and run fourth.
“We felt she would be better placed in the slightly easier company in South East Queensland and she’s done a good job,” said Ontrack Thoroughbreds Managing Director Grant Morgan.
“In both her wins up here she’s lead and it’s probably fair to say her record would be better if she’d been ridden that way in all her races up here.
“Tegan has done a lot of work with this mare and she’s a rider who Ontrack has enjoyed a good association with in recent years. She gave the mare every opportunity today and rated her perfectly.
“She was pretty convincing today and it’s great to get a city win with the mare. She’s in good form so we will find a similar race for her in the next couple of weeks.
“Long term we may look to put her through the Magic Millions Broodmare Sale as she’s got a nice pedigree being from a successful family for the Ingham Brothers Woodlands Stud.
“She’s closely related to Yell, Sung and Anthems and is a lovely mare who will let down into a really nice broodmare.”
Purchased out of the 2015 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale for $150,000, Cymbalism has won four of her 19 lifetime starts and been placed eight times for earnings of $100,540.
Congratulations to our owners Mark Walker, Andrew Dean, Beau River Racing (M Shaw), Chris Burdon, C Connor, D Frew, Mrs M Frew, M Ostermeyer, R Pawley, Mrs J Pawley, A Tranter, WBC Racing (N Wood), Lang Brothers Racing #4 (S Lang), R Lawlor, A Connor (Mrs C Connor), D & R (D Ewbank) & Ms L J Saxton.