Jan 30, 2018
It was great to see Supido back in action at the Cranbourne jump-outs on Monday, the classy sprinter racing away to an easy victory over a smart field that included the popular last start Group Two winner Rich Charm.
Getting back in the 800m heat, the handsome bay came inside the other runners, getting well clear over the final stages to impress saluting by a wide margin.
A horse whose career has been impeded by on-going niggling issues, Supido has come back bigger and stronger than ever with Kent noting that "I have been so happy with him this time in."
Kent has Group One aims - including the Lightning Stakes and the Newmarket Handicap and a possible trip to Dubai - for Supido, hoping to increase his value as a future stallion.
Bred by Gilgai Farm, the well related son of Sebring hails from a strong international stallion family whose members include Northern Dancer, Halo, Machiavellian and Danehill.