Lightly raced filly scores again
Fall For Cindy took a step back in class over 1550 metres on the Kensington track at Randwick and duly capitalised to return to winning ways.
The Waikato Stud-bred and raced filly had broken her maiden at her third appearance last month before finishing a creditable fourth at her following outing in the G3 Carbine Club S. and was back to Benchmark 72 company today.
Trained by John O’Shea, the Sacred Falls filly settled in second spot off the fence and responded to rider Brenton Avdulla’s urgings positively in the closing 200 metres to claim the thick end of the stake.
Fall For Cindy is a daughter of the Savabeel mare Cindy Cee, an unraced half-sister to the G2 Cal Isuzu S. winner Sports Illustrated.
Their dam Pin Up is a half-sister to stud graduate and multiple Group 1 winner and successful sire Starcraft and the stakes winner and three-time elite level placegetter Forum Floozie.
Cindy Cee has an unraced Tivaci juvenile filly named Cintivee, a yearling Ocean Park colt and produced another Tivaci filly in 2022 before visiting Ardrossan.
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