Fresh from the announcement of another two-year-old star in the making and 48 hours before the World’s Richest Youth race at Rosehill, a leading stable in Sydney is set to unveil its latest batch of ‘baby belts’.
Debutant Kaizad, a colt by 2016 Golden Slipper winner Capitalist, will make his debut for the stable of Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott in a modest two-year-old Maiden Plate 1200m on Thursday in Gosford.
Fresh off a dominant win in the second of two recent trials at Warwick Farm, Kaizad steps back into soft 5 territory for the first time with blinkers on a track that should continue to improve.
And out of a mare by former top speedster Exceed And Excel, Kaizad shapes like a youngster full of sprint gear and seems fit for the tighter Gosford circuit, having clocked a smooth 33.50s for his final 600m in this latest trail win .
His appearance comes just four days after the farm landed the Quinella in the Group 3 Black Opal Stakes for two-year-olds 1200m in Canberra.
Promising filly Autumn Ballet chased the pace before sweeping past lead stallion and stablemate The Years to win Canberra’s biggest race on debut with a lot up his sleeve.
Autumn Ballet is a daughter of the top horse The Autumn Sun, who lost only once in nine starts before being used for breeding.
He produced one of the best seasons for three-year-olds in 2018, including victories in Group 1 Golden Rose at Rosehill over 1400m and even more so one of the most dominant wins in Caulfield Guineas history in Group 1 over the mile.
A win in Kaizad’s debut would be the ideal candy for the Waterhouse-Bott camp in the 48 hours before the $5 million slipper.
https://www.smh.com.au/sport/racing/sydney-stable-rolls-out-another-star-in-the-making-20230315-p5csec.html?ref=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_source=rss_sport Sydney Stable is rolling out another star in the making