The perfect record in mainland metropolitan juvenile races this season for Magic Millions graduates has continued for another weekend.
Alpha Miss and Totally Sure won the two-year-old events contested in Sydney and Brisbane yesterday as the unbeaten streak stretched to 13.
The Gary Nickson trained Alpha Miss will be sent to the paddock with the autumn in mind after she made it two wins from as many starts at Randwick on Saturday.
A $6,000 bargain buy from the 2012 Magic Millions National Weanling Sale, Alpha Miss was sent out the even money favourite after her recent impressive win in the listed Gimcrack Stakes.
The Lucky Owners filly is raced by a group of owners headed by her weanling sale purchaser, Graham Daley.
“A lot of them in this horse have been in horses with me but never had any luck,” Nickson told AAP.
“So they jumped into this one and they’re going to have a ball I think.”
A graduate of Kilto Park, Alpha Miss is one of five winners for the 100 per cent winner producer Soiree Girl.
Soiree Girl is a sister to Rory’s Classic (dam of stakes winning juvenile All Classic) and half sister to Party Boy and three other stakes performers.
Quality Brisbane filly Totally Sure will head to the paddock with Magic Millions Classic ambitions after her strong win at Doomben on Saturday.
Narrowly beaten at her debut recently, the Not a Single Doubt filly overcame a
“We didn’t want to be chasing prizemoney later on, but now that she’s won the pressure’s off and she can have a little break now,” Schweida told AAP.
“A month in the paddock now will be ideal for her.”
Totally Sure, a $160,000 Gold Coast Yearling Sale purchase from Glastonbury Farms, is a daughter of renowned juvenile sire Not a Single Doubt.
She is from the stakes winning two-year-old Firenza, a Kenny’s Best Pal mare who has produced four winners from as many runners including the stakes performed juvenile Arrival.
Firenza is a half sister to Beauty World, the dam of Moonee Valley stakes winner Loveyamadly and Group One placegetter American Crew.