First Winner For Rajasinghe



The National Stud's resident Rajasinghe (Ire) (by Choisir {Aus}) became the latest first-season sire to break through on Monday when his son Waiting All Night (GB) took the five-furlong maiden on Wolverhampton's Tapeta. Homebred by Phil Cunningham, the Richard Spencer-trained bay who traded at 12-1 travelled strongly tracking the leaders for James Doyle and when tackling Confederation (GB) (Brazen Beau {Aus}) a furlong out was soon in command to score by 3/4 of a length. The dam, who has a yearling full-brother to the winner, is a granddaughter of Poppy Carew (Ire) (Danehill) who captured the Listed John Musker S. and was placed in the G2 Sun Chariot S., G3 May Hill S. and G3 Prestige S.

2nd-Wolverhampton, £5,100, Mdn, 5-9, 2yo, 5f 21y (AWT), 1:01.81, st.
WAITING ALL NIGHT (GB) (c, 2, Rajasinghe {Ire}–Goodnightsuzy {Ire}, by Azamour {Ire}) Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0, $3,402. O/B-Phil Cunningham (GB); T-Richard Spencer.

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