Street Cry will climb to the top of the Australian sires’ premiership if Whobegotyou wins the $3 million Cox Plate at Moonee Valley this Saturday. The Darley sire will also bank $6,300 if Enivrer can win the Central Charlestown Hcp (Race 7 at 4.35pm) at Cessnock on Tuesday.
Enivrer (4m Street Cry – Bit Tiddly by Canny Lad) is a last start Scone winner and trainer Paul Perry has found a winnable Class 1 for her this afternoon.
Enivrer is a younger half-sister to Relentless Pursuit (Desert Prince) who has won four of his last five starts in Tasmania. Their dam Bit Tiddly won at Canterbury in 2001 and she is a half-sister to 8 winners.
The best of them was Lindsay Park filly I Got Chills (General Nediym) who spaced stakes races at Moonee Valley and Flemington in the spring of 2005. She was an early favourite for the Golden Slipper but lasted only four starts for Lindsay Park before being retired.
Enivrer was a $210,000 buy from Boomerang Berrima Stud at the 2007 Inglis Classic yearling sale. Perry owns her with long-time friend Terry Wallace and his family. They have raced more than 500 winners since the 1980s including Group winners Stratum, Dantellah, Bezeal Bay, Notoire and a pretty handy sprinter by the name of Choisir.
Enivrer is leagues below that level but so is a Class 1 at Cessnock.