Gai Waterhouse won her eighth group 1 Metropolitan and looks to have the horse to challenge for the spring Cups in Melbourne after Glencadam Gold continued his unbeaten run in this country with an all-the-way win in the 2400-metre feature.
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“Look out Caulfield and Melbourne Cups,” a triumphant Waterhouse said after the race favourite ran away to score by about four lengths over another import Kelinni with another Waterhouse runner Reuben Percival in third place.

Ridden by Tommy Berry, who earlier won Waterhouse her seventh Epsom Handicap aboard Fat Al, Glencadam Gold is now likely to come to Melbourne for the Caulfield Cup in two weeks after the former English horse won his fourth race from as many starts in this country.

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