Nifty win at Bendigo today for the Written Tycoon filly, Miss Written, who notched up her maiden win for trainer Shane Fliedner.
Miss Written hasn’t had much luck in her two most recent outings after just being beaten on debut over the same course and distance in November, but she was all business in the Dawson Maiden Plate: undoubtedly to the joy of those punters who backed her into $2.20 favouritism.
It was certainly reward for Fliedner who also put the finishing polish on Miss Written’s half brother Tollesprit (by Bel Esprit), a winner at Moonee Valley and Flemington and a runnerup in the Group Three McNeil at Caulfield.
This is really a happening family with the Bel Esprit colt from the Jetball mare Jezeera, a sister to Tollesprit and half sister to Miss Written, being sold by Eliza Park for $225,000 at the Magic Millions in January.
PS. Written Tycoon registered a two day double with Miss Written after the Brian Cox trained, Chinzia, scored comfortably at Wodonga on Tuesday. The Dick and Swal Sloane filly has now won four from eight with a further two seconds.
|Tollesprit - half brother to Miss Written|