MOSSMAN filly Parriwi will head to Brisbane in search of black-type after her comprehensive record win at Randwick today.

The Kris Lees trained two-year-old gave away a considerable start to her rivals before powering home to win by two lengths in class record time.
It was her third win from five starts and follows her close-up fourth in the Listed Keith Mackay Stakes (1200m) on April 17.
“There is nothing of her, she’s only a light, little thing,” Lees said. “But she is very tough and she can run. She’s got a good turn of foot and on that win I’ll look at taking her to Brisbane during the winter carnival and try to win some black type (races) with her,” Lees said.

Her main aim is either the TJ Smith Gr.1 at Eagle Farm on June 12 or the Listed $100,000 Lancaster (formerly the Sir Douglas Wadley) Stakes on the same program.

Mossman came close to recording early Group win at the Brisbane Carnival when Tee Emar was first past the post in the Gr.3 Rough Habit Plate today.  From Mossman’s first crop following his year out with colic, Tee Emar crossed the line a short neck ahead of The Hombre however having shifted slightly in the straight, Tee Emar subsequently lost the race in the stewards room.   Trained by Peter Moody, Tee Emar is bound for the Queensland Derby on the 12th of June.