Three-year-old filly Lotus Land made it back-to-back wins with victory on Tumut Cup Day last Saturday.
Two weeks after saluting at Tumbaramba Lotus Land claimed her third career win with victory by half a length in the Class 2 Handicap (1400m).
With 300 metres remaining jockey Bradley Vale took Lotus Land to the front alongside stablemate Frozen Prince, with the pair leading the field to the line.
Racing Manager Frazer Dale said the recent form of Lotus Land was a good to see.
“She’s racing well again which is positive,” he said.
“It was a good start to the day before a couple of near misses later on.”
Along with the second place finish by Frozen Prince the stable collected two other placings.
Mojo Music was third in the 1000m Tumut Sprint while Eamonn’s Memory continued his good form with a second in the Tumut Cup (1400m).
Lotus Land kicks off the day with victory at Tumut, as Frozen Prince runs an improved race for second. pic.twitter.com/qkBhzxlr5w
— Andrew Dale Racing (@ADaleRacing) February 11, 2023
Words: Justin Jenvey