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Unfair Dismissal Wins Listed Oaklands Plate

Monday, 23rd July 2018

J: John Allen
T: Tony McEvoy
W: 56 kgs
S: All Too Hard
D: Up And Up
J: J Noonan
T: Matthew Brown
W: 56 kgs
S: Dream Ahead
D: Luloah
J: Raquel Clark
T: John Hyam
W: 56 kgs
S: Street Boss
D: Tongsai Bay
J: D Tourneur
T: D & B Hayes & T Dabernig
W: 56 kgs
S: Akeed Mofeed
D: Pandoro De Lago

At Morphettville Racecourse in Adelaide, Vinery Stud's 4-time Gr1 winning stallion & half-brother to champion Black Caviar All Too Hard (Casino Prince-Helsinge, by Desert Sun) added a black-type success when 2YO Australian-bred colt Unfair Dismissal (All Too Hard-Up And Up, by Exceed And Excel) opened his stakes account in the $100,000 Listed Oaklands Plate (1400m) for 2YOs, defeating Firstclass Dreamer & Tongsai Boss. The third placed Tongsai Boss is the first runner from the first crop of horses bred and raised at Ironmere Broodmare Farm in Victoria. Trained by John Hyam, the promising Tongsai Boss has the pedigree to go places being out of a half-sister to former star Singapore sprinter Rocket Man. The winner Unfair Dismissal was bred by Gerry Harvey's Baramul Stud and purchased by Tony Santic's Makybe Racing & Breeding for $120,000 at the 2017 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale. His record now reads 3 wins and 2 placings from 7 starts for $112,040 in earnings. All Too Hard will stand at Vinery this spring at a fee of $33,000.

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