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Bring Me The Maid Wins Listed Sports 1000
At Flemington, Gr1 Golden Slipper-winning Widden Stud stallion Sebring (More Than Ready-Purespeed, by Flying Spur) added a black-type success when 2YO filly Bring Me The Maid (Sebring-Maid for Me, by Belong to Me) scored narrowly by 0.1-length for trainer Peter Moody in the $120,000 Listed Sports 1000 (1000m) for 2YOs, over 2YO colt Husson Eagle (Husson-Tie Me Up, by Royal Academy) & fellow 2YO filly More Radiant (More Than Ready-Ravishing Choice, by Redoute's Choice). Bring Me The Maid commenced her career in perfect fashion taking her record to 1 win from 1 start for $72,000 earnings. She was purchased by former champion Australian jockey Roy Higgins and Wylie Dalziel for $105,000 at the 2013 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale from the draft of Fig Tree Thoroughbreds.