Miss Sure Shot fires home another win at Kembla

Talented mare MISS SURE SHOT fired home another winner for the Triple Crown team at Kembla Grange on Saturday, taking her record to two from two this preparation.

The daughter of Shooting To Win benefitted from a peach of a ride by Brandon Griffiths to score an authoritative half-length success over the tenacious Shadow Chaser, who kept Miss Sure Shot honest all the way to the line.

Miss Sure Shot jumped away nicely from the barriers and Brandon settled her in the perfect spot, on the heels of the leaders with cover. She travelled beautifully throughout and enjoyed a lovely run in transit, before letting down strongly in the straight to record her third career victory.

“She’s in good form now and two wins from two starts this preparation is great,” a delighted co-trainer Peter Snowden said in his post-race debrief.

“Brandon rode her very well and gave her the run of the race from that good draw. It was a gutsy win and she actually started to pull away the last four of five strides, which was good to see.

“I’m really happy for all the owners who have been patient with her and it’s good to see her win a couple straight away this prep.”

Congratulations to all the team at Snowden Racing, all of Miss Sure Shot’s owners and her strapper Sarah.


Miss Sure Shot wins a shade cosily on the line – Bradley Photos

Another big congratulations to Brandon Griffiths, who notched his first win for both Peter & Paul Snowden and the Triple Crown team having recently been appointed apprentice to the Snowden stable.

Hopefully plenty more to come from both Brandon and Miss Sure Shot in the future!

Brandon Griffiths and Miss Sure Shot return to the winner’s post at Kembla – Bradley Photos