Double success for Williams stableCommanding Jewel still eyeing off Thousand Guineas
Gai Waterhouse once again proved that she owns group 1 races at Randwick after collecting her seventh group 1 Epsom Handicap following the exciting win of her remarkable galloper Fat Al.
Ridden a gem of a race from in front by Tommy Berry, Fat Al managed to hold off the determined finish by Ambidexter to score by a head with a length to the third-placed outsider Rolling Pin. The first three horses home were the first three horses to turn into the home straight.
Waterhouse has now won seven Flight Stakes and seven Epsom Handicaps over the Randwick mile and later today shoots for an eighth Metropolitan.
“That was a genius ride,” she said of Tommy Berry.
“He led them and and fought them all off. He’s some sort of horse this one,” Waterhouse said.
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