Four year old Congrats gelding In Two Minds broke through for his maiden win at start number five at the Gold Coast on Saturday.

In Two Minds did have a few things in his favour when drawing better in barrier 4 and dropping back from 1400m to 1300m while also dropping slightly in weight from 59kg to 57.5kg.

Jockey Alannah Fancourt showed great vigour early on driving In Two Minds out to lead early before handing up to take a trail as they went by the 900 metre point.

As they approached the corner Fancourt was busy pushing In Two Minds along before gaining the upper hand and the lead as they passed the 200 metre point.

Racing with a high head carrying action In Two Minds was able to continue to hold his head high when passing the winning post in first place.

Congratulation to the owners L D M Racing.

On this occasion In Two Minds was strapped by Kane Anderton.

 

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