Rose blooming for Wilde

Rose blooming for Wilde4 Nov 2020

Tralee Rose is unbeaten this preparation and trainer Symon Wilde believes the best is yet to come from the Tavistock mare.

Off the back of a resuming win at at Warrnambool, the four-year-old struck again on Oaks day at Flemington this afternoon.

“It’s a fantastic thrill and I really think she’s got a bright future,” Wilde said of the Cambridge Stud graduate.

“We’ve taken our time with her as she’s been a late-maturing type of horse. I'm excited about her.”

Tralee Rose settled midfield one off the fence under Kerrin McEvoy and came with a well-timed finish to score over 1700 metres.

“She popped out and traveled well and then hit a flat spot before she picked up very well in the last furlong and a-half,” McEvoy said.

Tralee Rose was a $50,000 Karaka purchase with Wilde and Cameron Cooke Bloodstock signing the ticket.

She is a daughter of the multiple winner and stakes performer Star Of Tralee, who is by Zabeel.

The dam, who produced a Russian Revolution colt this season, is a half-sister to three-time Group 1 winner Serenade Rose.