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Trainer searches for Group Glory out of Melbourne

Steve Bennett in Latest News 14 May 2018
  • Price heads interstate for Group One Victory
Trainer Mick Price

Melbourne trainer Mick Price has decided to chase Group One Glory outside of Victoria.

Whilst the Price stable doesn’t have the representation like Darren Weir or David Hayes’ Lindsay Park empire, he is still happy with the progress being made by his entourage of horses and now has his sights set on Group One victory elsewhere.

Oregon’s Day is entered for the Group One Doomben Cup this coming Saturday while Secret Agenda will line up in the Group One Goodwood Handicap at Morphettville on the same day. Meanwhile the stable will also be well represented at Saturday’s Flemington meeting.

AAP reports that Price is feeling good over the chances of Oregon’s Day after news broke that the Weir trained Gailo Chop would not be running in the Doomben Cup.

Oregon’s Day is coming off a splendid win in the Group Two Hollindale Stakes (1800m) at the Gold Coast and Price is more than happy with her progress this preparation.

“The pleasing part about her is she’s got that genuine distance in her between a mile and 2000 metres and that opens up a heap of options for her” Price said.

“The way she finished off the Hollindale was very pleasing.

“I think 2000 metres around Doomben will be great for her and I think she’ll be a live chance to win a Group One”.

Price said the Doomsday mare galloped strongly around Brisbane last weekend and winning Hollindale jockey Jim Byrne would remain aboard for the Doomben Cup.



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