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Jockey Quotes - Reisling Stakes

It was meant to be a nice easy lead in to the Golden Slipper for long odds-on favourite Estijaab, she was first past the post but it wasn't walk in the park.

Find out what the jockeys made of their runs in the Group 2 Reisling Stakes (1200m) at Royal Randwick.

Brenton Avdulla (Estijaab): “I was happy with her. It’s been a funny day, there’s a bit of wind around. She pinged the lids and I just decided to ride her like was a good horse. I was positive on her but from the 700m onwards she was actually floating, waited for me to give her the go ahead. She wobbled around a bit but when she felt them get around her she levelled out and her last 100m was her best 100m.

“After riding her today I have no doubt that she will travel better with a bunny in front of her. She’s got upside. I thought she looked heavier today than what she did first up, so obviously John and the team have her peaking for two weeks time and I feel like I am on a live chance for sure.’’


Estijaab fights off all challengers to win the Reisling Stakes at Royal Randwick

Josh Parr (Pure Elation): “Terrific effort. It was a nice positive run for her. She’s had a couple of bad experiences in Melbourne so it was good for her to have a nice experience.”

Glyn Schofield (Sister Sledge): “Pleasing run.”

Hugh Bowman (Gongs): “Good run.”

Corey Brown (Outback Barbie): “She raced good but she raced really green. It was like her first time at the races, she didn’t know where she was going.”

Kerrin Mcevoy (Ennis Hill): “Just a bit keen.”

Tye Angland (Nuclear Blitz): “Not up to these horses. Travelled well but couldn’t quicken.

Jason Collett (Heavenly Thunder): “She was squeezed out at the start and couldn’t get into it after that.”

Check out the replays and results for Royal Randwick

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