The Last week of racing has produced a hat trick of promising winners for a second sire Ambidexter (by Commands)
Amberdi got the ball rolling with Sue Jaensch trained three-year-old winning convincingly at Gawler last Wednesday. The progressive three-year-old has now had two wins and a second from only three starts.
The weekend saw Modulate muscle through a tight gap and power into second place in the $100,000 SABOIS plate at Morphettville. Dexelation then came out on Sunday to pick up his third win from 10 starts for Niki O’Shea and Ashton Downing.
Richard Jolly trained Spectate rounded out the threesome with a very tough performance to win at Murray Bridge today.
Same Hayes from Cornerstone Stud commented ‘It is reassuring breeding to stallions that upgrade his mares. He produces sales types and winners making him an ideal choice for a wide range of breeders.”
Ambidexter is standing at Cornerstone Stud for a fee of $7,700 Inc. GST this season.