Silent Achiever blooming in Sydney

Roger James can’t fault Silent Achiever going into Saturday’s Gr.1 Chipping Norton Stakes at Warwick Farm.
“She looks in magnificent order and probably as strong as I’ve ever seen her,” the Cambridge trainer said.
“She’s thrived and I’ve kept her as fresh as possible to see if we can get a Group One mile.”
After Saturday, Silent Achiever will defend her Gr.1 Ranvet Stakes crown at Rosehill and James will then decide on a start in the Gr.1 BMW a week later or wait for the Gr.1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes on April 11.

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