Queensland Steals the Show

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Glenlogan Park sire Jet Spur proved why he is Queensland's current leading 2yo Sire, with yet another juvenile winner at Doomben on Saturday.

Mistral Thief (pictured, Dan Costello Racing) had his first win after five starts for trainer Stuart Kendrick, when he took out the $100,000 QTIS 2yo, racing away with $66,100 thanks to the QTIS bonus.

It was a race-to-race double for Lyndhurst Stud, when their former Champion sire, Sequalo had a strong winner with Seeking More, followed by Hidden Dragon's lightly raced 4yo, Hidden Pearl.

The Kelso Wood trained, Seeking More, sat just off the speed and had a perfect run to dash to the front in the last 100m and prove too strong for his rivals in the $65,000 Horizon Superannuation Hcp (1050m)

The 5yo gelding has been a phenomenal money spinner for connections, banking $363,650 from 30 starts.

In the very next event, the Robert Bax Hcp (1200m), Hidden Pearl jumped straight to the front and led all the way to add to her impressive record this preparation.

She's cracked the $100,000 mark with four wins, two seconds and a third from just ten starts.