Winning Debut for So You Think Filly
Promising David Pfieffer trained filly So Audacious (3f So You Think x Audacious Choice, by Redoute's Choice) hit the line hard late between runners to snatch a popular debut victory in at Warwick Farm on Australia Day.
Ridden patiently by Rachel King, So Audacious tracked the leader Snitcat and kept coming late to score a tenacious head win in the 1100m maiden.
“She’s a So You Think, so you’re always a bit cautious first start in a race at 1100m, but she’d shown us a lot at home and this is a great start to her career,” said David Pfieffer
“She’s going to want ground and she is still immature and has a lot of learning to do.”
Rachel King was impressed with So Audacious.
“She showed good determination and just wants to be a racehorse,” she said.
A $90,000 Inglis Classic purchase for Koolman Bloodstock / The Gong Racing / Pfieffer Racing from the Lustre Lodge draft, So Audacious runs for a big group of very happy owners.
She is the first winner for Audacious Choice, a winning half-sister by Redoute’s Choice to Inglis Millennium winner Prime Star from Group I winner Barinka.
So You Think has had plenty of success with daughter of Redoute’s Choice with the nick producing 39 winners from 48 runners highlighted by four stakes-winners – Inference (G1), D’Argento (G1), Fasika (G2) and Illation.