Ontrack’s talented sprinter Tavisan is in great order for a new racing preparation.
Tavisan won three races in his last preparation, including the $100,000 Apache Cat Classic at Cranbourne and he was sent to the spelling paddock at the end of November.
Caulfield trainers Mick Price and Michael Kent Junior also operate a satellite stable at Warnambool and that venue allows horses to access the beach and sandhills to work.
Tavisan has been under the care of Matthew Williams at Warnambool and he’s got the horse up to galloping stage and saddled him up for an impressive Campberdown jumpout victory last week.
Purchased by Ontrack’s Grant Morgan from Hallmark Stud’s draft at the New Zealand Blookstock Premier Sale in January for $135,000, Tavisan is a son of Tavistock, best known as a sire of stayers.
However, Tavisan is clearly a speed horse and like his sire possesses abundant speed.
He has now had 17 starts for four wins and four minor placings and has banked $264,267 for his ownership group