One To Watch - Muswellbrook Tuesday
Breednet - Tuesday, 4 July 2017
Breeder Peter Cruikshank is no doubt pleased he took the punt on an unproven third season I Am Invincible after the resulting foal gave them a thumping at Muswellbrook on Tuesday.

I Am InvincibleAll Stand was having his second start after going down narrowly on debut at the same track back on June 18 and, starting a red-hot favourite, went straight to the front and was in a different class to his opposition by the finish, winning by four lengths.

All Stand is out of Chelsea Lass, a Bureaucracy mare who was un-raced and from a family whose recent generations could best be described as moderate save for former tough and top class galloper Courts In Session, also bred and raced by Cruikshank, who went on to win 14 races including the Group I George Ryder Stakes.

Going to I Am Invincible in 2012, when he was serving his third book at a fee of $11,000 was a decent punt, but one which looks like paying off as the top flight stallion has brought plenty to the table, and not for the first time in similar circumstances.

All Stand is the second foal of his mother and first winner. She wasn't served in 2013, 2014 or 2015 but, perhaps with some wraps on the second born, she was sent to Spill The Beans last season.

Trained by Todd Howlett at Muswellbrook and ridden by Josh Adams, more wins look a formality for the three-year-old after such a dominant display in his maiden win.
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