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  • Writer's pictureEmma Berry

Hidden Pearl bursts back to action

Hidden Pearl may only be small but she is as tough and sound as they come and it was a real pleasure to see her post a second victory on her seasonal debut.

A daughter of the Melbourne Cup winner Dunaden, she was hugely consistent last season, running ten times for a win, five second-place finishes, a third and three fourths. Resuming at Yarmouth on Thursday, she was given a very positive and wisely-judged ride by Gina Mangan to win going away by three lengths over 1m6f.

Hidden Pearl may drop back to 1m4f for her next start as we hope to run her in the Roy Rocket Handicap at Brighton on 27 June, a race we would dearly love to win for obvious reasons.

Congratulations to all Hidden Pearl's owners in the Sisters of Mercy syndicate, a number of whom were at Yarmouth to enjoy a sunny day at the races and a memorable winner, and also to Jana Trnakova, who rides her every day.


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