Trouble-free victory by True Nobility

Star Turn sired the 30th individual winner from his first crop when True Nobility scored a trouble-free victory in the Fishers IGA Plate (1100m) at Hamilton on Saturday.

Two hours later, the Vinery stallion was represented by his 6th black-type performer when Max Fire was touched off in a three-way photo-finish to the SAJC Hill-Smith Stakes LR at Morphettville.

True Nobility (3g Star Turn – Hemingway Rules by Hemingway) is trained by Peter Chow at Warrnambool and was racing first-up since a sighter on debut at his home track in May.  He was keen to go faster behind the speed but was held in check by Jason Maskiell before cutting down front-runner In Her Stride (Stratum Star).

“That was a great effort and Jason was patient.  He rode perfectly to instructions,” Chow said.  “He’s the first horse for most of the owners and I only wish they could have been on course to watch the win.”

True Nobility was bred by Musk Creek Farm’s David Kobritz in partnership and was a $25,000 buy for Chow at the 2020 Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale.  He’s from a half-sister to Man Of Illusion (Encosta de Lago) who clocked a class-record at Doomben before transferring to America where he won a Group 3 Sprint at Churchill Downs.

Star Turn (30) leads Capitalist (27) for career winners among our second-season stallions ahead of the Magic Millions 2YO Sale at the Gold Coast on Monday, November 8.  He has six lots entered from Baramul Stud including the half-brother to Chaillot (Lot 126).  The Testa Rossa mare can upgrade the catalogue page again in the VRC Empire Rose Stakes (Gr.1, 1600m) at Flemington on October 30.

Vinery stands Star Turn for $16,500 (inc GST) with payment on a live foal.  For bookings or further information, please contact Adam White (0414 800 918) or Harry Roach (0401 970 006).

Star Turn winner pictured as a yearling