SEVEN-YEAR-OLD PANSPACIFICFLIGHT gelding Arden’s Concord took bad luck out of the equation when he led all the way at Gloucester Park in Perth on 15 March.
He hadn’t won in eight previous starts this season but punters sent him out a $1.55 favourite on the back of some luckless runs. Owned by the Butterworths, who bought him out of Graeme Anderson’s Otago stable in 2016, Arden’s Concord has now won 11 times and earned stakes of nearly $100,000. He rated 1:57.5 for the 2130 metres.
Another from Panspacificflight’s stellar first crop, Last Flight In, posted her 13th win at Kilmore in Victoria on 12 March.
PANSPACIFICFLIGHT mare JD Chancey’s Gal took her career earnings past $US180,000 when she won the mares open pace at Miami Valley in Ohio on 08 March.
The former Indiana Sires Stakes three-year-old winner scored in 1:52.1. This was her 14th win in just 43 starts.
QUALITY PANSPACIFICFLIGHT mare Reciprocity recorded her fastest time when she won a $A24,000 mares race at Tabcorp Park Melton in Victoria on 23 February.
The five-year-old Group winner worked hard to get the lead from a wide draw and rated 1:54.1 for the 1720-metre journey.
Her fifth win of the season, and her 12th overall, took her career earnings past $A90,000. Another Panspacificflight mare, Last Flight In (12 wins, $124,000), ran third in the same race.
Reciprocity became Panspacificflight’s third Group race winner in Australasia when she won $30,000 Group Three VHRSC Metropolitan Pace Final on the same track on 04 January. Arden’s Choice won a Group I two-year-old fillies race at Auckland in 2015 and Little Rascal won a Group III mile at Menangle in 2017.