Top flight 4yo Chicago Bull added to his burgeoning reputation by winning the McInerney Ford Classic at Gloucester Park on the opening night of the 2016 Interdominion.
The Group One feature bought together Western Australia’s best 4yo’s and the son of Bettor’s Delight outstayed his rivals in the $125,000 feature. Returning a 1.54.9 mile rate for the 2536 metre trip, Chicago Bull has now bankrolled over $365,000 in stakes.
Bettor’s Fire opened his Interdominion campaign with an all the way victory in his heat. This was his 31st career win and he now has over $570,000 in the locker. Bettor’s Delight top flight daughter Spanish Armada returned to racing with victory in her NZ sire’s stakes heat at Addington and on the same card Bettor’s Delights son Riccardo was a 15-length winner. American Ideal was a force in New Zealand with winners including a double at Geraldine with
Quite Ideal and Myidealson, Ideal Roman scooted home in 56.3 to win at Auckland and The Big Boss was an Invercargill winner.
Resident trotting stallion Pegasus Spur’s daughter was a Menangle Park winner.