Trainer John Sargent is eyeing a rare Magic Millions treble with unbeaten two-year-old Readily Availabull after winning the $250,000 Clockwise Classic at Ballarat on Saturday.
Sargent will bring his emerging son of Bull Point back to his home state and has indicated the colt would be set to chase more Magic Millions riches in the coming weeks.
A $25,000 purchase at the Magic Millions Tasmanian Yearling Sale this year, Readily Availabull has already done enough to secure a spot in the $2 million two-year-old Classic on the Gold Coast.
But Sargent is poised to give his talented young gun another start before then with the $200,000 Magic Millions Wyong 2YO Classic high on his agenda on Wednesday, December 16.
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“He will come back now and have a week in the paddock then go to Wyong and the Gold Coast,” Sargent told Kingstar Farm.
The Magic Millions on the Gold Coast will be staged exactly a month after the Wyong feature raceday with the Coast’s premier meeting taking centre stage on Saturday, January 16.
Markets for the two-year-old feature race are yet to be released however TAB.com.au rate Readily Availabull as a $51 chance for the Golden Slipper.
The promising youngster made the perfect start to his racing career at Ballarat despite finding a bit of traffic in his debut victory.
Readily Availabull made up a mountain of ground late under the urging of Michael Dee to capture the Clockwise Classic and bank close to $140,000 in prizemoney.
Dee spoke highly of the juvenile when talking on Racing.com in the aftermath of his success.
“What gets him across the line is his temperament,” Dee said.
“He‘s just a lovely, relaxed colt. That’s going to take him a long way.
“He can improve, bearing in mind that it’s only his first start.”
Originally published asSargent likely to chase more Millions loot
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