TWO starts, two wins and two hundred grand.
That’s the current outlook for Patinack Farm miss Pane In The Glass who made a one-act affair of today’s rich Inglis Nursery (1000m) at Randwick and maintained her unbeaten record in the process.
The daughter of Testa Rossa was kept safe in the market after scoring an impressive debut win at Eagle Farm on November 13.
Pane In The Glass settled in the middle of the 13-horse field before making a sweeping and decisive move topping the famous Randwick rise to surge clear of her rivals to win by three lengths.
Today’s victory saw her earnings top $200,000 with the promise of more to come.
Pane In The Glass’ win was also a triumph for breeder Miss Anne Raymond who has been providing top class horses for decades.
One of those is Pane In The Glass’ close relation Gold Brose who won the Silver Slipper Stakes and Linlithgow Stakes as a three-year-old.
“Pane In The Glass has proven to be a great buy for Patinack,” says Vinery Stud’s Conor Phelan.
“She was sold at the Classic for only $32,000 and has won $200,000 in two starts and looks like a real autumn filly.
“She rounded them up very quickly today and that was over 1000m. She should be just as effective when she gets to 1200m in those high pressure races.”
Pane In The Glass’ win sees Testa Rossa rocket into the top ten Leading Sire of 2YO’s (2010/11) and join associate sires, More Than Ready and Mossman.