2 January: The Shark Brings in the New Year in Style!

Mon 4th January 2021

After a successful 2020, The Shark picked up exactly where he left off by shooting the lights out over a busy New Years weekend!

Let’s take a look at some of the winners across the cards at Flemington and Kensington…

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Race 4 – Sirius Suspect – $3.75

It was an easy watch for The Shark Club here, with Jamie Kah producing a nice ride on progressive type Sirius Suspect to get the new year off to the perfect start.

Rattling off a lovely last 200m, Sirius Suspect once again got the job done for The Shark Club, and is set to contest some big Group races in the autumn.

Race 5 – Riding The Wave – $3.95

If the race previous was an easy watch, this was the exact opposite, with Riding The Wave getting the job done by the smallest of margins in a thrilling photo finish against Alburq.

As the saying goes, “they don’t have to win by much”, and The Shark Club certainly rode the wave of momentum heading into Saturday with this close win.


Race 1 – Morioka – $21.50/$5

The winner here Four Moves Ahead looks a smart type and is now third in the market for the Golden Slipper, but roughie Morioka did the right thing by The Shark Club by sneaking home to place at a very tidy $5 price tag!

Race 4 – Private Eye – $5.50

Private Eye was friendless on the day, drifting out to $5.50 before the jump but The Shark stuck to his guns and it paid off! The son of Al Maher looked green in the straight but showed a nice turn of foot to give The Shark Clubs the chocolates.


Race 7 – De Grawin – $4.40

A painless watch to finish the weekend, with Rachel King producing a beautiful front running ride to make it four wins in a row for the talented Snitzel mare De Grawin.

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From Muswellbrook to the Melbourne Cup, Will is mad about all things racing and sport. Spent countless hours in the backyard as a child pretending to be Glenn McGrath, and has been known to get deadly late swing with a taped tennis ball.