Cummings Unearths Future Star In Eurozone

Champion trainer Bart Cummings may have unearthed yet another feature race winner in Eurozone, which maintained his unbeaten record in Saturday’s Australian Turf Club Handicap at Rosehill.

Eurozone defied a determined challenge from short-priced favourite Bull Point to make it back-to-back wins.

Cummings’ grandson and soon-to-be training partner James forecast a race like the Golden Rose could be in the scope of this son of Northern Meteor.

“He looks a promising colt,” James Cummings said.

“Tim Clark rode him confidently, popped off the fence and took command of the race. The horse has a turn of foot, he’s got race-craft – he’s a natural.

“If we can keep him ticking over he might be able to kick a goal for us.”

Asked about the Golden Rose, Cummings replied: “He’s still in the race. We have to wait around until September, but there is a race of similar nature in a couple of weeks.

“I think Bart will want to aim at a hot race.”



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