The Michael Freedman trained Super Easy has extended his unbeaten run in Singapore to five in the G2 EW Barker Trophy (1400m) at Kranji.
Super Easy (3c Darci Brahma – Parfore by Gold Brose) again displayed his ability to unleash red-hot sectionals running the last 600 metres in 33.69 seconds. “He’s done a mighty job to win a Group 2 within five starts of arriving here,” Freedman said. “He’s just a genuine horse to work with and I knew that he would be the right horse for Singapore.”
“He was unlucky not to win the Karaka Million back in New Zealand and he also finished a narrow second to the champion filly Anabandana. It was a bit of a punt buying a horse by a new young stallion, but I’m certainly glad we did.
Super Easy (NZ) is the third stakes winner for his promising young sire Darci Brahma. His son Darci be Good has been a standout in Australia winning the Listed Fernhill Handicap at two and the G3 Spring Stakes this season, while last start he ran second in the G1 Spring Champion Stakes.
Darci Brahma has also seen his smart daughter Artistic win the Listed Bonecrusher Stakes and run a brave fourth in the G1 New Zealand Bloodstock 1000 Guineas within 24 hours of Super Easy’s win at Kranji.
Super Easy was offered by Esker Lodge at the 2010 Karaka Premier Sale where he was purchased by Blue Sky Thoroughbreds for $140,000. He is now owned by the Joy N Happiness Stable.
Darci Brahma has an outstanding selection of 11 lots in New Zealand Bloodstock’s Ready to Run 2YO Sale this week.