Spell for Savabeel’s star short course specialist
Crack sprinter I Wish I Win has gone for a break with trainers Peter Moody and Katherine Coleman already planning his autumn program for the star Waikato Stud homebred.
The son of Savabeel took his earnings beyond A$10 million when he finished runner-up in the A$10
million The Everest last weekend.
I Wish I Win enjoyed a brief but lucrative spring campaign with a resuming third in the G1 Memise S. and then The Everest outing.
“I would say I’d give him a longer spell and then bring him back for the Black Caviar Lightning, the William Reid in Melbourne and then the TJ Smith and the Doomben 10,000,” Moody told racing.com.
In a three-start autumn campaign, I Wish I Win had finished second in the G1 Lightning H. and third in the G1 Newmarket H. before winning the TJ Smith S.
“As Trumby (Luke Nolen) said after the Everest, we could be running in this race for the next four years,” Moody said.
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