Trainer Andrew Noblet has revealed that classy sprinter Super Cash will contest the Group 1 Moir Stakes (1000m) at The Valley first-up on September 29th.
Super Cash has been a strong and reasonably consistent performer throughout her entire racing career so far and is a noted fresh performer, perhaps best underlined by her dominant first-up win over the likes of I Am A Star and Chautauqua in the Group 2 Rubiton Stakes (1100m) in autumn this year.
Noblet was thrilled with what the daughter of Written Tycoon produced in a barrier trial at Sandown earlier this month and is confident that the mare can produce a competitive first-up performance in the Moir Stakes 2017.
“Her trial [at Sandown] was really good, really happy with her,” Noblet told Racing Victoria.
“She got a nice give in the track there, which she appreciates, she’s come through that quite well.
“She doesn’t want it too Heavy, but she appreciates a bit of give in them. She feels her feet a bit.
“The other option is the Schillaci a couple of weeks later here (Caulfield Racecourse).
“And that’s why we felt Moonee Valley does seem a good option for her.”
Super Cash made her debut to racing in the winter of 2015 and has subsequently posted a commendable four wins and five minors through only sixteen competitive appearances.
Resuming 2016 for third in the Group 3 Typhoon Tracy Stakes (1200m) at The Valley, Super Cash continued to impress throughout her autumn campaign; winning the Listed Goodwood Racecourse Trophy (1100m) most notably.
Resuming in spring for a smart win in the Alfred Hospital BM90 (1100m) on September 24th, the mare out of Super Bucks finished closed in both the Group 3 Sensis Stakes (1100m) and Group 3 Kevin Heffernan Stakes (1100m) before returning to the paddock.
Super Cash was unable to continue her winning run of form after taking out the Rubiton Stakes first-up this year; placing eighth in the Group 1 Newmarket Handicap (1200m) and tenth in the Group 1 Robert Sangster Classic (1200m).
Super Cash is currently available at early Moir Stakes odds of $17 at Ladbrokes.com.au.