Trotting sale graduates step up on the double

17 September 2021
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Graduates of the Australasian Premier Trotting Sale landed two wins at both Maryborough on Monday and Melton on Wednesday.

Ofortuna and Whos The Man both saluted at Maryborough, while Birthday Suit and Irene Rose emerged successful at Melton and, together with the three-year-old, Maestro, a winner at Geelong last Friday, gave the APTS sale five winners in the space of five days.

Whos The Man, Irene Rose and Maestro are all graduates of the 2019 APTS sale, Maestro being knocked down for $31,000, Irene Rose at $7000 and Whos The Man a non-sale entry.

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