Promising two year old Neptune’s Spear is heading home to New Zealand to contest the 2019 Karaka Millions after his dominant win on Saturday at Doomben.

The impressive looking son of Super Easy had no trouble coping with barrier 7 when beginning like a shot out of a gun for jockey Brad Stewart.

After beginning so well Stewart had Neptune’s Spear across on the fence and in front after going only 150 metres.

This is where they stayed for the remainder of the race winning convincingly by 1.3 lengths.

Although he raced a little green during stages of the race it shows there is still plenty of room for improvement still to come.

On the positive side he is a nicely put together colt with an exceptional temperament.

Congratulations to the  Mr M A McLean, Mr A Stephenson, Mr M D Baker, Mr M K Lindsay, Joan Lindsay, Mr PJ Daniel, Mr S J Cresswell, Mr J W McInally, Mr S A Searles, Mr G N Harrison, Mr CJ Wessel, Mr P A Wessel, Mrs A M Hickey, Mr W J Duthy, Ms N J Palmer, Miss J Brosnan, Mr T Schultz, Mrs T M Wessel, Mr G Sullivan

On this occasion Neptune’s Spear was strapped by Kane Anderton.

 

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