Super Win at Warwick Farm Trials
Tara Madgwick - Friday, 14 July 2017
Scoring the most dominant win of the morning at the Warwick Farm trials on Friday was talented Hinchinbrook filly Super Too, who looked supersonic when bolting in by 11 lengths in the fastest time of the session.

The Marc Conners trained three year-old was stakes-placed at Flemington last spring and looks to have come back in sensational order.

HinchinbrookShe won her first trial back on June 30, but was really on her game this morning when leading throughout to win her 806 metre heat in 46.30 seconds.

A half-sister to Newgate Farm's exciting young sire Super One, who was the Champion 2YO in Singapore, Super Too is the second foal of unraced Tale of the Cat (USA) mare Tails Wins.

Super Too was bred by Reg Kemister and initially failed to meet her reserve in the ring at the 2015 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale when offered by Broadwater Thoroughbreds, but was later sold to Marc Conners for $25,000.

Super Too has already racked up three wins from eight starts and over $121,000 in prizemoney and judging by this gallop can add further Black type to her resume in coming weeks and months.

Her sire Hinchinbrook has had a great season producing the winners of over $5.5 million in prizemoney including seven stakes-winners headed by Group II winners Derryn, Salsonic and Diamond Tathagata.

The Yarraman Park based son of Hinchinbrook is fully booked this spring at a fee of $44,000.


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