Above: Rich and Shameless wins at Randwick – image Steve Hart

There were four Randwick winners on Saturday that have siblings in upcoming sales and one of them is yet another good winner for Shamus Award in Rich and Shameless, who scored his first metro win when successful in the Highway event over 1300m.

The Scott Singleton trained four year-old scored a three-quarter length win at his first run back from a spell taking his overall record to three wins and three placings from 14 starts with prizemoney just shy of $90,000.

Rich and Shameless was a $35,000 Inglis Classic purchase for his trainer from the Widden Stud draft and is the best of six winners from six foals to race from good producer Think Fast.

Widden Stud will offer the current yearling colt by Supido from Think Fast as Lot 732 at Inglis Classic.

He comes from the first crop of Sebring’s brilliant fast Group III winning son Supido.

Article courtesy of Breednet