Treacle streaks to victory in Rising Sun meet

Treacle trampled its opposition and galloped away with the spoils of the feature D and Lower, seven-furlong event of the Rising Sun Turf Club (RSTC) meet on Sunday.

With jockey, R. Drepaul in the stirrups, Treacle of the Dookie Stables toyed with its three rivals before pulling away on the final turn.

The $1M first prize and the Banks DIH Trophy was subsequently awarded to the steed’s handlers.

 

Quick Results of the Day’s Programme

 

D1 and Lower 

Treacle R Drepaul

Jack In My Style

Swing Easy

 

J and Lower 

Affinity

Famous Pride

Natasha

Little

 

F1 and Lower

Princess Alisha

Rosetta

War Craft

 

2 year old West Indian Bred

500m

Storm Bird

It’s My Choice

Settling Star

3 year old West Indian Bred

Unsettled

Settling Jet

 

G3 and Lower 

Weekend Surprise

Release the Beast

Happy Choice

Battle Hymn

 

I1 and Lower

I Want Revenge

De Gump

Famous Pride

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