She's A Maneater adds Pick-3 Supreme Trophy to her cabinet


She's A Maneater adds Pick-3 Supreme Trophy to her cabinet

Observer writer

Friday, December 06, 2019

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She's A Maneater used what was essential an exercise gallop of 1:10.2 over six furlongs (1,200 metres) to add to her cabinet the Pick-3 Supreme Trophy feature, which was a Graded Stakes event for three-year-olds and upward runners at Caymanas Park on Saturday, November 30.

Ridden by Omar Walker, her favourite rider, it was a an afternoon stroll as only Exhilarate with Aaron Chatrie in the saddle and Stranger Danger with Philip Parchment aboard looked interested as they disputed for the runners-up slot.

As it turned out, the winner's stablemate, the American import, Stranger Danger, won the poacher's battle for second money as She's A Maneater plundered her six rivals to register seven-consecutive victories from eight starts this season.

Before buckling to the eminent daughter of Ahwhofah for the second time in his last two starts, Stranger Danger had reeled off nine-consecutive wins after opening his account as a two-year-old in October of last year.

She's A Maneater, who looks twice as good as she has ever been was again impressive in victory and had trainer Wayne DaCosta responded to the performance with relish and humility.

“I am always pleased when She's A Maneater delivers as she never fails to do so. The final time was good and the track has been fast all morning, so it was on the cards,” DaCosta said.

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