The busy start to the 2017-18 season is set to continue for Team Feek with Senor Alf off to Sale Cup day tomorrow to contest the 2200m Benchmark 64. The new season has seen Feek Racing build on its first couple of years of operation and head trainers David and Coral Feek couldn't be happier with how the team is progressing.
'Like any new training operation we had to get some runs on the board early and now, in our third season we are starting to build our numbers and produce winners' Said David Feek
'Coral and I are thrilled to have the support we do and we are both keen to grow the stable and start working towards being competitive at the Metropolitan level'.
'The new facilities are first class and being on the back door of the track at Mornington is a huge asset. Hopefully we can keep the momentum going to what has been a promising start to the season'.
Senor Alf was selected by Feek at the 2015 Inglis Classic Sale and the son of Zoffany looks to have some staying potential, winning over 2000m on Bairnsdale Cup day two starts ago. After Jake Noonan took the reins last time in a luckless effort on Moe Cup Day, winning rider Daniel Stackhouse reunites with the gelding and will look to bounce back in what looks a very open but achievable assignment tomorrow.
'He worked well this week and is holding his condition nicely. He didn't have any luck at Moe and I think he can be highly competitive tomorrow'. Said David post Senor Alf's final piece of work for tomorrow.
With the one early scratching Senor Alf lines up against 9 competitors tomorrow in what looks another great card of country racing on Sale Cup Day.