Scotty's 'freak' looking to land another knockout blow

22 September 2021
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Scott Ewen's "freak" put together "probably the run of his life" to earn a place in the Jet Roofing Kilmore Pacing Cup field and the Cranbourne trainer/driver is plotting more long-odds success with Bulletproof Boy this Friday night.

The six-year-old was met with some late support before running down the more-fancied trio of Mach Dan, Tango Tara and Major Roll to win Saturday night's TAB Gammalite Free For All at $21.90, with the result securing him a berth in the time-honoured Group 2 feature.

Ewen told Trots Talk that he'd overcome some performance-hindering issues with the horse, with a wind sucking pad - applied before his eye-catching third placing at Bendigo on September 11 – the most recent gear addition that appears to have worked wonders.

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