Lindsay Park galloper All Out Of Love can live up to his lofty standing after a promising victory in the Cardinia Club Hcp (1600m) at Pakenham on Thursday
The All American giant stands over 17 hands and had been working up to a win since a summer spell. Backed into a $2.80 favourite, he was running away at the finish to score by more than two lengths.
All Out Of Love was stakes-placed in the LR Gibson Carmichael Stakes (1600m) at Flemington last July leading into a spring campaign that didn’t rise to any great heights. He finished fifth in the LR Geelong Classic and didn’t figure in the first-half of the G1 Victoria Derby.
Gelded and given a good break, he has returned ready to climb the grades for a syndicate that includes Victorian breeders Craig Easton and Stephen Boyle. They bred him from Latest Love (Favourite Trick) who is a winning daughter of G1 Levin Bayer Classic winner Love de Tor.
All American winners continue to roll in with 47 of them earning $1.78 million this season. Initially based in the Hunter Valley, he covered 113 mares first-up at Geisel Park Stud in 2016.