Brocky has shown in his recent starts he has the makings of a promising horse. The recent increases in distance have been to his liking with the step up to 1350 metres seeing him win his first race.

Brocky put the writing on the wall indicating a win was not far away at his previous start over 1200m at the Gold Coast. After being posted at least three wide for the entire race Brocky showed his desire and toughness when motoring to the line late, finishing third at 100/1.

After having ridden Brocky at the Gold Coast jockey Ronnie Stewart was once again posted three wide for the first 400 metres before managing to get in one off the fence in sixth position about five lengths from the lead.

Passing the 700 metres point Stewart made his winning move out three and four wide when taking the lead before straightening.

Although Brocky got a little lost when hitting the front early, once Stewart balanced him up Brocky went to the post strongly winning convincingly.

With five races run over 1350m for the day, Brocky’s time when winning was the second quickest with only recent Group 3 placed 3yo Starkers running a quicker time when winning the Benchmark 75.

Congratulations to the owners Mr M A McLean, Mr C J Wessel, Mr P J Daniel, Mr C J Shannon, L D M Pty Ltd, Mr J W McInally, Lucky Sixteen No 3 & Mr B N MacDonald.

On this occasion Brocky was strapped by Brad Dorman.



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