HEADING HOME: Apparition, with Antonio Perch in the saddle, moving to victory in the feature race. (Picture by Sandy Pitt.)
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APPARITION, under a steady ride by jockey Antonio Perch, easily won the feature Season Of Emancipation Handicap over 1 100 metres to give her trainer Boston John a brace at the Garrison Savannah on Saturday.
It was an assignment that was made to look very easy on the firm track as the Stephen and Andrew Jardine-owned mare advanced her career record to 12 wins from 34 starts.
On leaving the gates she tracked leader Wild Cat Tea who flew away from the stalls with a three-length cushion.
Apparition, the recipient of ten pounds, effortlessly joined Wild Cat Tea to share the lead at the three-furlong marker. The pair remained together until the home stretch run when Apparition turned up the heat on Wild Cat Tea. (LY)
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