Gilgai Farm owner Rick Jamieson bred his latest Flemington straight-six winner with lightly-raced stallion Supido on Anzac Day.
Supido (Sebring) posted his fifth win running in the Phillip Schuler Hcp (1200m) and trainer Mick Kent is keen to send him to Adelaide for the Group 1 Goodwood (1200m) on May 21.
The exciting four year-old powered to the line shouldering 60 kg to score by nearly two lengths in a dominant display.
Jamieson’s world champion Black Caviar won a half-dozen Group 1 sprints down the famous straight course and The Quarterback added another in the Newmarket Hcp last month.
Jamieson sold Supido through Three Bridges Thoroughbreds for $190,000 at the 2013 Inglis Melbourne Premier yearling sale. His dam Lady Succeed (Brian’s Time) won twice up to 1800m in Japan and she is a half-sister to former Contract Racing stallion Esperero (Forty Niner).
Second dam Hydro Calido (Nureyev) was a Group 2 winner at Deauville and is a half-sister to leading sires Exit To Nowhere (Irish River) and Machiavellian (Mr. Prospector).