Bright Future Tipped For Fast Clip

Fast ClipFast Clip looked a stakes horse in the making when he scored an effortless win at Randwick this afternoon.

A member of the all conquering Gai Waterhouse stable, Fast Clip made it back to back wins when he strolled home for an impressive all the way success.

A son of former outstanding Magic Millions graduate Snippetson, Fast Clip is destined for bigger and better things according to connections.

“That’s exactly what it was – an exhibition gallop,” Waterhouse said. “I’ve got so much time for this horse.”

Waterhouse is a fan of the Snippetson progeny.

Fast Clip“He’s the cheapest and best value sire in Australasia,” she added. “Snippetson – there is my tip for the day.”

Winning rider Nash Rawiller has thrown his leg over plenty of quality gallopers and he also is excited about Fast Clip’s future.

“He’s a lovely horse,” Rawiller reported. “He’s really matured this time in.”

“He showed from the first day he’d come back into work that he’d gone to a whole new level,” he added.

“He’ll win a better race – he’s going really well.”

A Turangga Farm graduate, Fast Clip was purchased by Waterhouse for a group of owners for $180,000 at the 2009 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale.

Gai Waterhouse and part owner Ross VisalliWith three wins already from his six starts to date, Fast Clip has already earned $111,030.

By Snippets’ stakes winning sire son Snippetson, Fast Clip is from the Sydney performed mare Hint of Glory.

A daughter of Honour and Glory, Hint of Glory is a half sister to the Group One winner Sky Cuddle, Group Three winner Sky Love and last night’s Group Two Australia Stakes runner-up Undeniably.

Further back it is the family of star gallopers including Groucho, Twilight Cove, Acecay and Count to Zero.