World Wide winners in Singapore

Let’s See Action lived up to his name and looked a smart three-year-old in the making when he cruised to a maiden victory at Kranji on Friday night.

Let’s See Action (3g Flying Spur – Purde by Bahhare) was one of the most admired youngsters at the 2010 Magic Millions National yearling sale.  Offered by Reavill Farm at the Gold Coast, he was knocked down to World Wide Bloodstock for $285,000

Let’s See Action went into the race as a second favourite following an eye catching debut second placing and, despite a wide run, scored by over a length.  “He can be a bit hard to gauge because doesn’t show much at home,” trainer Pat Shaw said.  “But he switches on under race conditions.”

He is the first runner for the former smart David Hayes trained Bahhare mare Purde who was a G3 winner of the Auraria Stakes in Adelaide.

Let’s See Action wasn’t the only Magic Millions graduate to impress at the Friday night meeting at Kranji.

Promising three-year-old Goal Keeper continued the dream run of National HIT Sale graduates when a convincing two length winner under Joao Moreira.

Goal Keeper (Untouchable) was purchased for $44,000 from the draft of Hilly Red Farm.  “He can have a week or two off now and then I’ll look for a suitable race for him,” trainer Theo Kieser said.  “He’s only a three-year-old and has still got it all before him.”

Oakwood Farm graduate Old Faithful also scored on Friday night.  World Wide Bloodstock’s Andy Williams bought the Hussonet gelding for $155,000 at the 2007 National HIT Sale.