Breeders Crown: Sweet finish to Sugars' driving dramas

21 November 2020

It was Plan C in the series and Plan B in the run but it proved a Plan A moment for Greg Sugars, who guided David Miles' The Panthiest to victory in the Pryde's EasiFeed three-year-old fillies' title on TAB Breeders Crown finals night.

Sugars had driven series favourite Maajida and Sweet Louise to heat victories, and then jumped off the latter for the semi-final only for Maajida to fail to qualify for the final due to injury.

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