Super Cash has continued Written Tycoon’s sensational season in stakes races with a hard-fought victory in the LR Moomba Plate (1100m) at Flemington.
The Andrew Noblet trained filly is the 15th stakes winner by Woodside Park’s in-form stallion and his fourth this year following Shakespearean Lass (LR W J Adams Stakes), Hot Dipped (LR Gold Sovereign Stakes) & Howmuchdoyouloveme (LR Takeover Target Stakes).
Super Cash was coming off a Group 3 placing in the MVRC Typhoon Tracy Stakes and the addition of blinkers made all the difference at headquarters. “We were going to put them on last time in but we kept bumping her up in distance and I was reluctant to do that,” Noblet said. “The key is to keep her to short, sharp trips.”
Noblet will now send Super Cash for a stakes race interstate. “That’s the obvious move. She just tries her heart out and is a very genuine filly. We will see how she pulls up and then assess whether to go to Adelaide or Sydney.”
Super Cash is a homebred for Steve Millar and Peter Robinson and they have her 2yo brother Fast Tycoon in training with Lindsay Park trainers David Hayes and Tom Dabernig. Their dam Super Bucks (Dash For Cash) was bred back to Written Tycoon last year.
Written Tycoon is on the cusp of a career milestone with Capitalist in the G1 Golden Slipper this Saturday. Trainer Peter Snowden remains confident the star colt will be fit and ready for the Golden Slipper despite losing his unbeaten record in the G2 Todman Stakes.