Gunnadoo far too slick again

Promising southern three-year-old Gunnadoo jumped another class with a winning run at Riccarton, the scene of his grand-dam Facing The Music’s finest racing moment. She won four races with her career highlight a victory in the 1993 Gr 1 New Zealand 2000 Guineas.
A WS graduate, Gunnadoo showed he had inherited a measure of the family ability when he broke his maiden at his fourth appearance at Ashburton. He had no trouble mastering Rating 65 company this afternoon with a dominant two and a-quarter length win after leading all the way.
Trained by Tarsha and part-owner Michael Stokes, he is a son of No Excuse Needed and the O’Reilly mare Look At Moiye. She was a four-time winner and finished runner-up in the Listed Ryder Stakes as a two-year-old.

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