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Gold Symphony Hums In Civic Stakes

By Brad Gray At Rosehill Gardens

There was plenty of pre-race confidence from the Snowden camp that Gold Symphony would fight out in the finish in the Listed Civic Stakes (1350m) at Rosehill Gardens and the four-year-old proved a touch too classy in the end.

Gold Symphony reeled in The Monstar

“He has turned the corner since we gelded him two preps ago. He has become consistent and come of age. He is racing in good heart and this time of year he can really handle the tracks,” co-trainer Paul Snowden, before adding that “he is a massive momentum horse.”

“There was nice genuine nice genuine tempo most of the way and Hughie was able to get out and get on the back of something at the 600m. If we were going to get him (The Monstar) it was in the last furlong and that he did.

“He works on home as good on heavy 10s as he does on a Good 4. He is very good on a wet track.”

The one-time Golden Rose favourite in futures markets, who was sent north to the Randwick stable of Team Snowden having previously been trained by Peter Moody, came off a sixth in the Group One Stradbroke Handicap last start.

“It was an eye-catching run in the Stradbroke. He had a comfortable run throughout today and he showed his class,” said Hugh Bowman.

“I thought he was well placed here and it’s good to get the job done.”

The Monstar was extremely brave in second having made all of the running out in front and doing it with 59.5kg on his back.

“I’m tipping he is one you need to have a ride on to get to know him as he is a very tricky horse,” reported Dean Yendall, who was denied a feature race double on the day, upon dismounting.

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