Sentimental Miss Looking For Lucky Break in Eulogy14 Dec 2018
Reliable Man filly Sentimental Miss will be hoping for a tad more luck than that which she received in the Lucia Valentina Wellington Stakes Gr.3 at her most recent start two weeks ago where she flashed home late finishing an unlucky third to the colts Crown Prosecutor and Swords Drawn after being held up for a run until past the 200m mark.
Trained on the track at Awapuni by Lisa Latta, Sentimental Miss showed good ability at two, running second on debut behind Platinum Rapper and fourth in the Listed Castletown Stakes at Wanganui before being spelled. Returning as a three-year-old the Go Racing-owned filly has had four starts in this campaign for an impressive win at Otaki and two thirds and should be nearing her peak for tomorrow’s Group 3 Eulogy Stakes.
Bred by The Oaks Stud, Sentimental Miss was a $40,000 yearling purchase at Karaka for the Go Racing Team and is out of the Quest For Fame mare Nostalgic. This is the family of Dracula, The Oscars, Sash, Complacent and a host of quality performers bred by Jack and Bob Ingham’s Woodlands Stud in Australia.
Pictured: Sentimental Miss’s sire Reliable Man (Lesley Warwick)