Impressive Sandown Winner for Pride of Dubai
Trained by Symon Wilde, Sirileo Miss won easily on debut at Bendigo last November and was then second in the $175,000 VOBIS Gold Eureka Stockade.
Resuming from a spell in a Benchmark 64 event for fillies over 1300m, Sirileo Miss was a well backed favourite and justified the support of punters when cruising to a two and a quarter length win.
A $60,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Miranda Park draft for her trainer, Sirileo Miss has won over $117,000 from her first three starts with the promise of much more to come.
Bred by Gary O’Meara, she is a half-sister to stakes-placed Sophia’s Choice and is one of six winners from six to race from good producer She’s Sirius, a half-sister by Galileo to stakes-winner Spectrolite.
She’s Sirius produced a colt last spring by Merchant Navy.
Sirileo Miss looks a bright prospect for Pride of Dubai, who is Australia’s leading second crop sire by winners and earnings.