So Mi Dar proves her promise remains in romp
So Mi Dar: was returning to action from 126 days off the track
PICTURE: Mark Cranham (racingpost.com/photos) So Mi Dar romp proves her promise remains
By Alex Wiltshire 3:29PM 14 SEP 2016
Report: Yarmouth, Wednesday
EBF Stallions John Musker Fillies' Stakes (for the John Musker Trophy) (Listed) 1m2f, 3yo+ fillies & mares
AT ONE stage she was a 5-2 chance for the Oaks however, after being cruelly ruled out by injury, So Mi Dar did not disappoint on her comeback as she showed all of the same promise to dispose of her rivals in devastating fashion – and stretch her unbeaten record to four.
Approaching the two furlong pole the John Gosden-trained filly travelled ominously on the shoulder of her driven rival Arabian Queen and, when Dettori nudged, she flew clear to demonstrate a blistering turn of foot – obliging for favourite backers at 11-8.
Connections are considering the Prix de l'Opera at Chantilly as the next target for the impressive Yarmouth winner.
Nezwaah did her upmost to keep pace however she was no match for the winner, with Arabian Queen clinging on for third.
More to follow . . .
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