Black Type win top priority

Stephen Marsh has only one thing on his mind with Rosa Carolina.

“We had her as a two and three-year-old before she went to Australia where she got some black type – we now have to try and turn her into a black type winner,” the Cambridge trainer said.

Rosa Carolina successfully resumed her New Zealand career at Te Rapa on Tuesday when the Savabeel mare pinched inside runs under expatriate Kiwi jockey Jason Collett to win in Rating 75 company.

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