$600,000 At Stake For Quinton’s 2 Daysee Doom And Dixie Blossoms
This Saturday, Daysee Doom and Dixie Blossoms are heading towards the 2018 Group 1 $600,000 Coolmore Classic (1500m) at Rosehill. They are among the twenty-three mares that have entered the Coolmore Classic. In fact,Dixie Blossoms and Daysee Doom are two of Sydney’s most popular racing mares. These mares are often admired for their consistency and class. Both of them have racked up over $700,000 in prize money and are effective in similar distance range.
Both Daysee Doom and Dixie Blossoms are vying for the $600,000 prize money. On February 24, Daysee Doom took the win for theGroup 2 $200,000 Vinery Stud Millie Fox Stakes (1300m) at Rosehill. The week after, Dixie Blossoms ran over the top of her opposition totake out the Group 2 $200,000 Guy Walter Proven Thoroughbreds Stakes (1400m) at Randwick.
Among strong contenders includeEgg Tart and Foxplay from the Chris Waller stable. Their rivals, Egg Tart and Foxplay, are not in their best form at the moment. However, they will are stillsuited to contend againstthe fillies and the mares. Egg Tarthas had one run from a spell for a fourth to Crack Me Up in the Group 3 $150,000 Liverpool City Cup (1300m) at Randwick on March 3. Meanwhile, Foxplay lost to Happy Clapper during theGroup 1 $500,000 Bisley Workwear Canterbury Stakes (1300m) at Randwick last Saturday.
Earlier on,Daysee Doom and Dixie Blossoms had to miss their comeback for the new season. This is because all of the horses in their stable needs to be tested to ensure they were racing within the rules. Despite feeling that it is not ideal to have the two mares go against each other each Saturday, their trainer believes they as good as gold for the upcoming race.