An annual two day event not to be missed, the Scone Cup Carnival didn't disappoint this year with gorgeous weather and quality horses to match. After a recent string of 2 year old success, it was quite fitting for Segenhoe to be the sponsor of one of the juvenile highlights of the Saturday meeting, the Segenhoe Stud Woodland Listed Stakes.
A quality line up of 2 year old fillies took to the field, but Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained Snitzel filly, Debonairly took out the race giving the stable a double for the day.
Purchased by bloodstock agent Marette Farrell for $320,000 on behalf of Peter Fluor and Kane Weiner's Speedway Stables, at the 2016 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling sale, Debonairly advanced her overall record to 3 wins and 1 second from 5 starts with earnings of. $158,950.
Debonairly became Snitzel's 60th stakes winner but it quickly became 61 when Kerrin McEvoy swept down the centre of the track on Tangled to deny All Too Hard his first stakes winner with the honest All Too Huiying in the Group II Moet Champagne Classic (1200m) at Doomben.
Pictured: Debonairly winning the Segenhoe Stud Woodlands Stakes (Photo: Steve Hart)