Yeahnah a lightly raced four year old mare by the underrated sire Duporth recorded her third win from eleven starts on Wednesday.

Not a noted first up performer Yeahnah is a very good second up performer having won two of her three starts when racing second up and finishing second at her only other start.

Drawn ideally in barrier 3 on her preferred soft racing surface Yeahnah looked very hard to beat over the 1200m.

As the barriers opened Yeahnah reared and lost a little bit of ground but with experienced jockey Ronnie Stewart on board Yeahnah was able to make up ground quickly along the fence to settle in sixth position passing the 800 metre point.

Yeahnah looked to be travelling very well on the fence as they entered the straight and with a wall of horses in front of him Stewart searching for some way out. The only option was to head out six wide and try and chase down Buffy who had stolen a break inside the final 200 metres.

Yeahnah was up to the task and claimed Buffy in the last 50 metres to win by a half length with a space of three lengths back to the third horse.

Once again Yeahnah displayed a good turn of foot when letting down, showing signs there are better wins in store for her. 

Congratulation to the owners Mrs A Cygler, Mrs S McIntosh, Mrs M Fowler, Mrs T Berg & Mrs K Doolan.

On this occasion Yeahnah was strapped by Katrina Haslam.

 

Previous


Potro Duro Proves His Toughness

Having not race for 23 days Potro Duro did extremely well to record back to back wins after winning his maiden on the 19th July. 


Say I Cee You at the Winners Post

After not being able to take up a forward position early it allowed jockey Jim Byrne to find the fence on Say I Cee You when travelling in seventh position early in the race. 


Rothman Smoked ‘em at Ipswich

Three year old Rothesay gelding Rothman broke through for his first win since joining Liam Birchley’s stable. Rothman was purchased as a tried horse through an online sale and sold to new and current clients of the stable.  


Yeahnah Wins Again

Yeahnah a lightly raced four year old mare by the underrated sire Duporth recorded her third win from eleven starts on Wednesday. 


Allo Allo I’m Home

Allo Allo, a two year old filly by Dissident was able to break her maiden status when stepping up in distance to 1400 metres for the first time at the Gold Coast.  


News Archive