“We’ve generally had a considerable measure of confidence in her and thought she was on the way to the Thousand Guineas however became ill so we couldn’t get her there,” co-mentor Troy Corstens said after Sweet Sherry ($4 fav) overpowered the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-prepared Prompt Response ($9) late to score by a long head.
“She was better than average and Steve gave her a dazzling ride. She could track up into the race pleasantly subsequent to discovering some cover early and afterward she’s done off stupendous.”
Corstens said the three-year-old little girl of Bel Esprit will proceed to the Flemington fair.
“There’s a 1400 meter Listed race on Cup day and in the event that she runs well in that then we’ll go for the Sandown Guineas,” Corstens said.