Reward for Effort Winner in South Africa
Tara Madgwick - Wednesday, 11 January 2017
year-old Reward for Effort filly Sweet Pleasures broke her maiden in South
Africa at Vaal on Tuesday.
Trained by Johan Janse Van Vuuren, Sweet Pleasures won the maiden plate over
1000 metres by a length.
A $35,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Yallambee Stud draft for Heritage
Bloodstock, Sweet Pleasures was bred by Peter Moody and is the first winner for
Testa Rossa mare Candy Can, a half-sister to Group II placed Spot the Rock and grand-daughter
of Group II winner Close Your Eyes.
Chatswood stud's Reward for Effort has been churning out the winners in Australia
this season with 32 on the board including Gold Symphony, who won in good style
at Warwick Farm last Saturday.