Classy filly Typhoon Tiff added to her impressive career record when she won the $100,000 Group 1 Westbred 3yo fillies final at Gloucester Park this Friday past. The daughter of Bettor’s Delight was able to control the tempo in the key feature race and sprinted home in 56 seconds to claim the prize. Typhoon Tiff was bred by long time WA breeders Colleen and Trevor Lindsay and handled by trainer reinsman Colin Brown. Congratulations to all concerned.
Bettor’s Delight was seen to advantage in both the New South Wales and Victorian state bred schemes this past week. In Victoria, his 3yo progeny won Vicbred heats at Kilmore, amongst the winners where Two Times Bettor, Brevity and Demon Delight.
At Menangle, top flight 3yo Max’s Delight won his 3yo semi-final in clinical fashion and War Dan won his 4yo semi-final also. Gun sire American Ideal’s ace Tasmania daughter Ideal Bliss won the $50,000 4yo Granny Smith final at Devonport. This was her 11th career win and she has $117,000 in stake earnings. At Auckland,
American Ideal sired a double when his 2yo son’s Tommy Lincoln and Ideal Agent greeted the judge against their older rivals, at Ballarat Ideal Conquest paced 1.53 and change to defeat his rivals, Bet America was an all the way winner at Warrugal and at Menangle, the Matt Day bred Miss Halfpenny won her 3yo NSW Breeders Challenge semi- final and now has over $215,000 in career earnings.
Sweet Lou’s ace juvenile son Kohanah was an easy winner of the 2yo Sweepstakes final for the lads in Hobart. In his debut season, he has won four races and is easily Tasmania’s best juvenile.