Glorious day for Greenwich

Greg And Lisa Perry of Greenwich Stud Pty Ltd, enjoyed an excellent day of racing in both Australia and Singapore on January 9th. Whilst having to wait until well into the evening for their Singapore representative to race, In All His Glory in race 10, the wait was eased with the joy of two wins earlier in the day in Australia.

The day started in great fashion with Greenwich Stud’s 3 year old Hinchinbrook colt Pinnacle Prince making it 3 wins from 4 starts when winning the race 2 at Randwick. Retained by Greg and Lisa who bred him, the colt has been given plenty of time to mature by Brett Cavanough and his only defeat was when running second to the flying filly and subsequent Kosciuszko winner It’s me. Out of the Greenwich owned mare Crossyourheart, Pinnacle Prince looks to have a very exciting future indeed.

Later in the day, Greenwich Stud’s beautifully bred imported American mare Arriva Diva (by Curlin) opened her Australian account with an excellent win in Victoria at Spendthrift Park (Werribee). Purchased with a view to be a breeding proposition down the track, the win was a welcome edition to her impeccable breeding page.

In All His Glory made it win number 3 for Greenwich Stud when saluting in the class 4 over 1200m, the last race race on the day in Singapore. The win gave comeback jockey Oscar Chavez his first win in Singapore after being granted a riding license for 2021, having not ridden in Singapore since 2017. The resuming All Too Hard four-year-old produced an electrifying turn of foot to beat Federation by one-and-a-quarter lengths.

A winner of a two-in-a-row last September, a below par performance at his next start showed that he needed a short let up. Produced again in great order by Cliff,  In All His Glory has now brought up his handy record to three wins, two seconds and one third from eight starts for prizemoney in excess of the $130,000 mark for Greg And Lisa who race their horse’s in Singapore under the Tarnpirr Stable.

In All His Glory scores in impressive fashion in the Class 4 1200m, giving poplar jockey Oscar Chavez his first win in Singapore since being re-licensed.