Sierra Sue needs the rain to stop

Plans to take dual Gr1 winner Sierra Sue (Darci Brahma-Centree, by Centaine) to Brisbane are on hold due to the recent rains in the region, reports racing.com.

"The tracks would want to dry up," co-trainer Trent Busuttin said.

"Perhaps she may have run her last race? I am not saying she has, but the breeding barn awaits at the end of this season I'd suggest so we'll see how she trials up and go from there. More than likely the Kingsford Smith at the end of the month," Busuttin said of a kick-off option. 

Then the Stradbroke into the Tatt's Tiarra that fits in pretty well. She's well and truly a 1400 metre horse and there isn't a lot for her in the spring anymore given she's not ideal in the handicaps now.

These couple of races particularly the Tatt's Tiarra would be super for her, but we are mindful of these wet tracks in Brisbane – she just didn't handle it at all last start in Sydney."

Winner of the 2021 Gr1 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes and 2022 Gr1 Futurity Stakes, Sierra Sue last raced in the Gr1 All Aged Stakes in April 2022. She has nine wins from 24 starts and earnings over $1.7million. Sierra Sue, co-trained by Natalie Young, was a $2,000 graduate from the NZB Karaka May Sale as a 2YO.

-Breeding & Racing


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