2015 Bletchingly Stakes Next for Miss Promiscuity

July 6th, 2015

Miss Promiscuity produced a career-best effort to date to take out the Group 3 Sir John Monash Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield over the weekend, and co-trainer Tom Dabernig has revealed the mare will progress to the 2015 Bletchingly Stakes (1200m) on July 25th.

Miss Promiscuity will progress to the 2015 Bletchingly Stakes following her Group 3 Sir John Monash Stakes success. Photo: Adrienne Bicknell

Miss Promiscuity will progress to the 2015 Bletchingly Stakes following her Group 3 Sir John Monash Stakes success. Photo: Adrienne Bicknell

Jumping from the gates well, jockey Dwayne Dunn settled the Magnus mare in prime position on the heels of the race’s early leaders; receiving an ideal run in transit before mustering an impressive turn of foot to hit the line more than three lengths in the clear of closest rival Angels Beach.

Having been given the training rights for the talented mare following a failed attempt at retiring into a career as a broodmare, Dabernig told Racing Victoria the team is thrilled to saddle the four-year-old and are confident the 2015 Bletchingly Stakes figures as the ideal next point of call.

“She was a nice pick-up for the stable, she was formerly trained by Peter Moody and then Anthony Cummings,” Dabernig said.

“The story is she went off to stud and didn’t get in foal and then Rob thought he’d give her another try.

“We’ve only had her for the five starts and she’s been in the money all of them except one – the start before at Moonee Valley.

“Certainly from our point of view we’d like to race her on, there’s no reason to say that she would need to go to stud.

“I know now that she’s a Group winner it would probably by tempting for Rob but I think there’s some lovely races for her through the spring.

“Her next likely start is probably the Bletchingly at Caulfield in three weeks… and then there’s some really nice races in the early spring for her if she’s still going well enough.”

Posting five wins and a further four minors through fourteen career starts, Miss Promiscuity won the Mitsubishi Superscreen Handicap (1100m) in her first start for Hayes and Dabernig on April 18th; progressing to consecutive seconds in the Ern Jensen Funerals Handicap (1100m) and Group 3 Proud Miss Stakes (1200m) before a luckless performance for eighth in the Cafetto Evo Handicap (1200m) on June 6th.

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