A big team of Dynamic Syndications owners have plenty to celebrate on Melbourne Cup Day after their lightly raced Written Tycoon mare Teleplay scored a late charging win in the Listed VRC MSS Security Sprint over 1200 metres.
With two wins at Ballarat and Kilmore at her only five previous starts, the Mick Price trained Teleplay (image Grant Courtney) was giving away class and experience to her more seasoned rivals, but unwound a powerful finish for her rider Michael Dee to score a head win over last start stakes-winner Moonlover.
“I was quietly confident coming here today, especially with the wet conditions,” said Dee, who had ridden Teleplay in three of her previous runs.
An $85,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Baystone Farm draft for Dynamic Syndications/ Dean Watt Bloodstock, Teleplay has won three of six starts earning nearly $200,000 in prizemoney.
“Credit to Dean Watt, who rang me about getting her into some of these little Black Type races and it’s paid off,” said Mick Price.
“She’s a game little mare and is now a valuable mare.”
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