King’s Wager, the first of two winners sent out by Penny Fisher at Borrowdale Park on Sunday, turned the1200m Maiden Plate into a procession, winning by 8.50 lengths.
Cabinda, Rebellious Queen and Cathayness filled the minor places.
The winner is a four-year-old gelding by King’s Chapel (AUS) out of a Kahal (GB) mare, and was bred by Backworth Stud. Ryan Munger was in the irons and King’s Wager is owned by Ken, Alistair and Alex Fisher.
The four-year-old gelding performed well in his previous two outings but this time looked spectacular. One to keep an eye on in future.
GOOD DAY FOR FENCING MASTER (GB)
Don’tfencemein, a three-year-old Fencing Master filly out of a Century Stand (AUS) mare, placed in her three previous starts, won the 1600m Maiden Plate at Borrowdale on Sunday, beating Danger Dan by five lengths.
This was the second winner for Penny Fisher, and Hennie Greyling was in the irons.
Don’tfencemein is owned and bred by Johnny Dardagan. The Dardagans were watching from Cape Town, with difficulty due to the bad weather and DSTV hiccups. Sorry you missed out on the live action at Borrowdale Park!
Another daughter of Fencing Master, Solinski, ran second in the Fillies Classic