Six pack for God’s Own in October

Rising young stallion God’s Own kept his winning run rolling on Sunday when God Help Her took out the $100,000 Inglis Trophy at Sale.

God Help Her (3f God’s Own – Volkiss by Volksraad) became the latest horse to prosper from the lucrative $2.60 million Inglis Race Series when she pulled away for a two length victory win over Off And Laughing (Street Cry) and Queen Commander (Commands).

God’s Own has sired six winners so far this month starting with God Willing at Wyong on October 1.  He has followed up with God Help Us and Lady Pania at Bendigo, Utah Saints at Kyneton, Magnolia Lane at Wyong and God Help Her at Sale.

God Help was a $12,000 buy out of the Ealing Park draft at the 2009 Inglis Melbourne Autumn yearling sale.  She is trained by Sharyn Trolove for a Gippsland syndicate put together by Andy and Sharyn Perdon.

Jockey Luke Nolan was very impressed with the filly’s performance at just her second start.  “She really, really attacked the line,” Nolen said.  “There’ll be plenty more wins in store for her, that’s for sure.”

God’s Own (Redoute’s Choice) was a G1 winner of the Caulfield Guineas and he stands at Eliza Park in association with Yallambee Stud.  

He sired the Inglis Bonus winner from NZ bred mare Volkiss.  She was stakes placed as a juvenile at Riccarton before relocating to Graheme Begg’s stable to win races at Newcastle and Hawkesbury.  Second dam Kiss (Pompeii Court) was a G2 winner of the NZ Dulcie Stakes.