After a dominant win in the 2 year old race at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday, our exciting colt ACCESSION looks to be a leading contender for the $2 million Inglis Millennium on 9th February at Warwick Farm. Only 6 weeks after that, the Golden Slipper looms as a likely target for the talented son of Brazen Beau.
ACCESSION had won the $500k Inglis Banner at Randwick in December and Saturday's race looked a good stepping stone to the rich Inglis race in 3 weeks' time. The colt had come through the Millennium race well and was relaxed pre-race in the parade ring. He jumped reasonably well, settled behind the leading group in the run and when James McDonald angled for a run in the home straight, ACCESSION dashed clear without being put under great pressure to win on the line by just under 5 lengths. It was an impressive performance.
The colt looks every inch a son of Brazen Beau and the manner in which he left his rivals in his wake on Saturday, suggests that ACCESSION is a colt with a very good future. Well done to his breeder Danny McMillan from Jacob Park Thoroughbreds who offered the colt at the 2018 Inglis Easter sale.
Congratulations to the winning ACCESSION owners Widden Stud Pty Ltd (Manager: Antony Thompson), Jacob Park Thoroughbreds (Manager: Danny McMillan), Keith Farrell, Ray Aurisch, Helen Aurisch, Paramount Racing (Manager: Kathryn Wood), George Bebonis, Felgate Holdings (Manager: Paul Felgate), Boeara Holdings (Manager: Denise Dunphy), Mervyn Wood, Forbson Group (Manager: Ben Forbes), Bruno Calabro, John McCrimmon.