Chemistry Breaks Through
Dec 05, 2014
It is always nice to seen an odds-on favourite control a race from the onset and that is just what Chemistry did at Mornington on Friday, the promising four-year-old always looking good for Vlad Duric.
Working over to sit second from a wide draw, Chemistry travelled well throughout and by the time the field turned for home she was in front – giving a lovely kick upon straightening and finding plenty in the run home.
Cheered on by punters, Chemistry was a deserved winner at her fifth outing having always shown talent and Duric is confident that she is ready to go right on with it.
“She is actually better ridden with a bit of cover but there was not a lot of speed and she had a good run – giving a nice kick turning.”
“There are more wins in her.”
A daughter of Shamardal (pictured) raced by Neven Botica, Chemistry is the second foal and second winner for the Queensland Oaks placed Zabeel mare Tick By.
Sadly not having much luck in recent years, Tick By is a daughter of the five times Group winner Klokka who was one of three stakes winners produced by the Lyphard mare Small Timer – also dam of Sikeston and Newtown Pike.