Savabeel 4YO on top of the world
Outstanding Savabeel four-year-old I Wish I Win has shot to the top of the global sprinting ranks.
Raced by breeder Waikato Stud with trainer Peter Moody, he was a superb last-start winner of the G1 TJ Smith S. over 1200 metres at Randwick with a performance that has been internationally acclaimed.
It propelled I Wish I Win to a rating of 121 in the LONGINES World Racehorse Rankings to head the sprinting category.
The gelding has six wins and eight placings from his 16 appearances and last season also claimed top honours in the A$10 million Golden Eagle over 1500 metres.
Moody has focussed on sprint trips this preparation and I Wish I Win finished runner-up when resuming in the G1 Lightning and was then third in the G1 Newmarket H. before a towering effort to come from last to triumph in the TJ Smith.
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