Performance added to rich pedigree
A potent Waikato Stud family was to the fore at Kembla Grange on Saturday afternoon with the farm-bred and raced Fall For Cindy opening her winning account.
The daughter of the late Sacred Falls had weighed in at her two previous starts for trainer John O’Shea and made no mistake this time in the hands of Alysha Collett.
They travelled easily in fourth spot before peeling three wide at the top of the straight and the filly lengthened stride impressively to power clear and prove a class above her rivals.
Fall For Cindy is a daughter of the Savabeel mare Cindy Cee and she is 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 stake 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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