Savabeel 4YO a top prospect
Savabeel mare Concert Hall is making fast progress through the lower grades and black type company should hold no future fears for her.
The four-year-old won for the fourth time in her eight-start career when victorious at Matamata at the weekend.
She is trained at Cambridge by the in-form pair of Roger James and Robert Wellwood for breeder-owner Joan Egan.
Concert Hall raced in midfield and when cut loose by rider Matt Cameron she boomed home to win by nearly five lengths.
She is a daughter of Classic Legacy, a winning mare by Carnegie who hails from a particularly good female family.
It includes the Gr.1 New Zealand Oaks winner Tartan Tights and the Gr.1 South Australian Oaks winner Lee’s Bid.
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