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Lindsay Park chasing another two-year-old winner in Adelaide

The Advertiser 2019-11-07 10:25:00

His bloodline is Australian racing royalty and bookmakers aren’t taking any risks with Lindsay Park’s debutant Stenmark at Morphettville on Saturday.

The half-brother to Helsinge, the mother of superstar sprinter mare Black Caviar and All Too Hard, and Group 1 winner Magnus is marked a $2.25 favourite with Ladbrokes.

The David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig trained two-year-old was sold through the Australian Easter Yearling Sale for $400,000 and heads to Adelaide on the back of recent Flemington jumpout.

He sat wide and worked through the line smartly, the stable booking Barend Vorster for the ride.

“He accounts for around 55 per cent of our hold in the race,’’ Ladbrokes Tom Hackett said.

“He’s been $3.10 into $2.25 favourite with the two early scratchings,’’ he said.

His owners include breeder Robert Crabtree along with Neil Wherret and Max Whitby who both raced Black Caviar.

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The stable produced a brilliant two-year-old winner on Melbourne Cup Day in Aryaaf before the quinella in Thursday’s Maribyrnong Plate at Flemington with Hard Landing, part-owned by Darren Thomas’ Seymour Bloodstock, and Baaqyah.

Barend Vorster has been booked to ride the youngster while Lindsay Park has also booked him for stablemate Mellors later in the day.