New Season 2YO Trial Winners
Tara Madgwick - Tuesday September 10
New season two year old trials in Queensland this morning produced interesting winners at the Gold Coast, Doomben and Toowomba with an impressive winner by Vinery Stud's first season sire Press Statement.

The below heat at the Gold Coast was won in style by Press Start, who carries the familiar stable colours of astute trainer Greg Hickman.

The below heat was run at Toowoomba and won by Dark Son, whose sire Better Than Ready sired an impressive 23 first crop winners last season, can he do it again?

The below heats were run at Doomben with winners by Not a Single Doubt and Deep Field, both graduates of the 2019 Magic Millions.

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