Riot At Kilmore
The Adam O'Neill trained, Zoot Suit Riot, will be the first runner that TBB are directly involved in and also the first runner that TBB sold shares in.
The Not A Single Doubt gelding is having his first start for his new stable having done his previous racing in country New South Wales.
"I am very excited to see Zoot Suit Riot go around on Monday, as he is the first horse I have been directly involved in," said Todd Blum.
"Previously I have done a lot of work with Bruce Maya and his Mayford Park operation and I have since decided to branch out and expand my agency so I am glad to see it is moving forward.
"I got a phone call from Mr. Rex Colless who was keen to get involved in some horses in the Victorian industry, as he is based in Tasmania, and he was impressed with the way that Adam and his team were going so he wanted to get involved.
"It will be great if Zoot Suit Riot can race well as it may be the start of a great association between Rex, myself and Adam."
O'Neill has been pleased with the way the gelding has progressed since coming into his care.
"We purchased him out of New South Wales and in his previous races he had been leading so we have tried a few different things with him and found he is a very versatile horse which is a huge plus." Explained O'Neill.
Zoot Suit Riot is a lightly raced four-year-old having started nine times for one win and two seconds and two thirds.
He is coming off a winning trial at Tatura where he was ridden by Corey Parish, who retains the ride on Monday.