Pazienza dazzles on debut

 
Pazienza dazzles on debut7 Mar 2020

The well-related Pazienza has run up to her looks and rich pedigree at the first time of asking with a slick performance at Trentham.

Cambridge Stud’s filly had performed well in both of her trials, but saved the best for race day this afternoon.

Quickly into stride for jockey Rosie Myers, Pazienza was in front at the top of the straight and coasted clear to score by five and a-quarter lengths.

Trainer Jamie Richards had been glowing in his praise of the two-year-old during the week and it was easy to see why.

She was a A$280,000 purchase at the Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale where she was offered by Coolmore.

A half-sister to the winner and Group performer Folk Dress, her dam Gypsy Chimes was twice successful in North America.

She is a half-sister to the dual Group Three winner La Chunga and a family littered with Northern Hemisphere stakes winners.