Raging Bull‘s star son Wildwest gave harness racing fans a massive reminder of his class with a brilliant first up win at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
The Southern bred son of Macca Lodge’s newest siring recruit showed his pure class when having plenty of reasons to shirk his task fresh up over 2503m.
Wildwest caught the drifts in betting late and raced ungenerously in the run but his classed carried him across the line for a W at @GloucesterPark in the last race of the night…#WAHarness | 📸: @_HamiltonCC pic.twitter.com/dK1OCeYGPz
— RWWA Harness (@RWWA_Harness) August 14, 2020
Wildwest was slowly in to stride, settling well behind the leaders.
The smart 4yr-old then did plenty wrong as driver Gary Hall Jnr tried to work him in to the race.
Despite all of that, Wildwest let down with a powerful finish to win in his first start at the races since November of last year.
The victory took the highly exciting Raging Bull pacer’s record to nine wins from 11 starts, with a bankroll of A$94,382.
Those wanting to breed their own Wildwest can access Raging Bull in his first season at Macca Lodge this spring.
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