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She Bring's Hope delivers big finish at Sale - WATCH!

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Wednesday, 06 July 2016.
She Bring's Hope delivers big finish at Sale - WATCH!
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4yo mare She Brings Hope brought up her second career win from just nine starts when a strong winner over 1400m at Sale on Sunday. The daughter of Sebring was having her third run back from a spell and after not handling the all weather surface at Geelong the start prior she put her best foot forward in a good BM64 on Sunday. 

Ridden beautifully by a very much in-form Daniel Moor the speedy chestnut settled handy to the pace before tracking in to the race strongly from the 600m. After a few anxious moments waiting for a run Daniel found the gap and She Brings Hope powered through the opening to go on and win comfortably with almost a length to spare on the line. 

'We would've had a hard luck story to tell if the gaps didn't come for us. She was travelling so well turning for home' Said a delighted Daniel Moor after the win. 

'She travelled well for me and I always knew we were going to be in the finish'. 

Formerly trained by Peter Moody the chestnut came to Wellington Park last campaign, looking to benefit from the coutry air and a sea change. 

'She was very good first up and just didn't handle the Geelong Thoroughtrack second up. We came here today confident she could run well' Said assistant trainer Alex Woodhams from Sale after the win. 

'We're very pleased for what are a pateint group of owners and hopefully now the mare can put a few toghether for them'. 

She Brings Hope will look to keeo the same formula back at Sale in a couple of weeks time when she hopefully takes on a similar field with Daniel Moor on board. 

 

Nurse Kitchen headed for bigger and better things...Dreaming of the 3yo Classics!

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She might be pretty good NURSE KITCHEN after winning on debut at Geelong this afternoon. Bred to be a stayer by champion NZ stallion Savabeel the 2yo filly is out of the Montjue mare Flying Monty - a 3-time winner up to 2000m.

With plenty of improvemet to come Team Brideoake are now dreaming of the 3yo Classics with this promising filly!

Owned by the wife of former champion trainer Peter Moody in Sarah Moody, Nurse Kitchen had trialled impressivley at Mornington a fortnight earlier and will appreciate getting out over much more ground than today's 1300m on debut. 

Still with plenty to learn the filly was patiently ridden by Daniel Stackhouse, who often rode for the Moody Racing Stable when based at Caulfield. 

'She has plenty to learn but I like the way she knuckled down and found the line. There is plenty of upside to come' Said a delighted Daniel Stackhouse after the win. 

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David Brideoake pictureDavid has one of the most interesting histories amongst the current crop of thoroughbred trainers in Australia.

Growing up in the Riverina area of New South Wales, working with horses was a part of daily life for David.