Mystyko led an 11-strong field to win by half a length from Darren Weir’s Signature Street over 1200m at Ladbrokes Park on Wednesday, January 23rd under Chelsea Hall.
Chelsea Hall used her initiative and pulled out wide to end up sitting outside the leader before picking up the lead.
It’s Mystyko’s third BenchMark 64 win. The win is great for the horse, the trainer and jockey.
Trevor’s patience with the horse has really paid off and he should be congratulated for the hard work.
Richard Anderson, Managing Director, Quilly Park
Trainer Trevor Rogers said, ‘It was a very good effort and a good ride from Chelsea Hall.
‘He certainly deserves his chance to step up a grade in the future after clocking up three BenchMark 64 wins now.’
He was the best horse in the race, I just rode him like that.
He’s been very good to me this horse.
Trevor has done an amazing job with him and been so loyal to me, I really appreciate that.
Chelsea Hall, Jockey
Our home-bred gelding Mystyko is by Sakhee’s Secret, ex Plan the Peace.
All images: By permission from Racing Photos.