Time has Kolding running hot
The benefit of a break has been evident in the performances of Kolding during his current campaign.
The son of Ocean Park has come back from a spell in outstanding touch for trainer Chris Waller.
The three-year-old, who was also gelded while he was out, has won both of his starts since resuming.
Kolding was a first-up victor on the Kensington track and yesterday he was successful at Canterbury.
He has now won three of his nine starts with plenty more in store.
A $170,000 Karaka yearling, Kolding is a son of the Danzero mare Magic Star.
All seven of her foals to race have been successful and includes the stakes winner Sampson and Miss Upstart.
The dam is a half-sister to the dual Group Two winner Make Mine Magic.
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