Super return to racing for Written Tycoon flyer, Trump, who produced a knock out blow to rivals in the Bundaberg Distillling QTIS 3YO Handicap at Eagle Farm on Wednesday.
It was Trump’s first run since April and his second win in Brisbane after scoring at Doomben in March.
More importantly though, it was a clear demonstration that Written Tycoon has no intention of resting on his laurels after being the first Victorian based stallion in over a decade to capture the Australian First Season Sires’ premiership.
Owned – in part – by Iskander Racing, Suman Hedge and Eliza Park, Trump is clearly above average and, according to his trainer Robert Heathcote, this is a very talented racehorse: “I thought he would run a blinder and he has done just that. It was a perfect ride from Larry (Cassidy) and everything went exactly to plan.
“Written Tycoon will definitely get the job done and I have a few others that also look to have the goods!”