One to Watch – Kembla
Tara Madgwick - Wednesday May 1
Dundeel has been a revelation this season throwing Group I winning two year-olds, classy stayers and everything in between with the Richard Freedman stable unleashing a stylish debut winner by the young gun sire at Kembla on Tuesday.

Our Fun as a yearlingThree year-old filly Our Fun has been given plenty of time to mature and showed that patience may be well rewarded when surging home to win the 1400 metre maiden by a length and a half.

Trained by Richard Freedman, Our Fun runs for a big team of Dynamic Syndications owners and was purchase by Dynamic for $140,000 at Magic Millions from the Marquee Stud draft.

Our Fun is the second winner from Funzero, a half-sister to stakes-winner Cat D’antibes and to the dam of Golden Slipper winner Mossfun.

Dundeel has had a fee increase at Arrowfield this spring and is priced at $66,000.

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