Sunday, October 10, 2010


Eye-catching performance by Swift Judgement in the Winning Post Restaurant Handicap (1400m) at Rosehill yesterday.
Trained by Bart Cummings – who also put the polish on Swift Judgement’s sire, GOD’S OWN (winner of the Caulfield Guineas (5 years ago to the day on Friday) – the colt has now raced on three occasions for two city seconds.
The second came hot on the heels of God’s Own double at Bendigo on Friday with God Help Us and Lady Pania, plus the victory of Godwilling at Wyong on 1 October.
Here’s what the trainers had to say about their God’s Own winners:

“He (Godwilling) did it on raw ability: he’s going for a spell now but I reckon there’s a lot of improvement in this horse.”

“He (God Help Us) is a lovely horse ... very imposing type. He’ll get better as he goes further and I’m aiming him for a stakes race on the last day of the carnival.”

“She (Lady Pania) has been ‘Usain Bolt’ fast since day one. Ironically, I became sold on the God’s Owns when I first saw God Help Us as a yearling. We’ll be heading to town next start with Lady Pania.”

There are some nominations remaining in God’s Own and for further information phone David Somers 0428 440 330, Mark Lindsay 0416 334 338 or Phil Marshall 0407 853 782 or click here to place a tender.

God’s Own stands at Eliza Park in conjunction with Yallambee Stud.

Robbie Griffiths reckons his filly Lady Pania is ‘Usain Bolt’ fast

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