Le Gai Soleil headed to Randwick for her first start in town yesterday and duly delivered with an impressive display to win by 3 lenghts.

A daughter of Tavistock, Le Gai Soleil seems to be enjoying winter conditions and is improving each race with experience. A sister to Danzdanzdance, we expect this filly to improve over distance and in time, hopefully making it to stakes grade.

Le Gai Soleil will continue to push on this winter with a couple of options on the 18/07 at Kensington in the BM78 1550m or the 3&4yo BM78 1800m.

Well done to her owners- Mr W G Bax, Mrs H Bax, Mr S G Brewis-Weston, Mr B R Green, Mr K B Miller, Mr M Sixton, Mr R Kaveney 

 

 

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