Cyber Intervention Wins On Debut
Cyber Intervention won impressivley at Wyong on Wednesday at his first race start with Jay Ford in the saddle in the Guardian Partners Maiden Handicap over 1200m.
The Joe Pride trained three-year-old gelding was certainly ready to go to the races having three trials before making his first trip to the barrier's.
Cyber Intervention was originally a $55,000 purchase at the Inglis Classic Sale in 2016 and was part of the 'Colt's Group' that was purchased by Frankie Stockdale and Todd Blum Bloodstock to be re-sold through the Inglis Ready 2 Race Sale later that year.
Cyber Intervention was sold through the Stockdale draft at the Ready 2 Race sale and was purchased by respected agent Brett Howard under his Randwick Bloodstock banner for $32,500.
The brown gelding is by Coolmore based So You Think who is really starting to hit his straps as a stallion after a fantastic racing career that saw him win two Cox Plates and win 10 Group 1's across two hemisphere's.
Cyber Intervention is out of the Al Maher mare, Soft Landing, who is a half sister to Champion Three-Year-Old colt Universal Prince as well as Group 1 winning filly, Universal Queen.
"This fine group of colts are really starting to flourish now as three-year-olds with Ripplebrook running so well for Sharryn Trolove and even a few in Frankie's stable running well and now this bloke here in New South Wales." Said Todd Blum.
"This horse is undefeated at the races and looks as though he could move up the grade's really well as he is in a great stable with Joe Pride and some great owner's who are very good supporter's of racing in Australia."