Impressive debut for daughter of Street Boss

Ploverset claims tough victory from Madeenaty

Two-year-old daughter of Street Boss Ploverset clinched a tight victory from stablemate and daughter of Exceed And Excel Madeenaty, in the Listed Festival Stakes over 1000m at Flemington racecourse on Saturday March 4.

In what was proved to be a competitive race, Ploverset positioned herself three lengths off the speed before cruising up to challenge race leader Madeenaty. The race was won in the closing stages where Ploverset claimed her debut victory by a long neck.

Bred and raced by Mr Rob Landale, Ploverset is out of the Testa Rossa mare Edwina Georgie, who is a winner over the same distance. Edwina Georgie hails from the family of leading New Zealand racehorse Southern Lord who was a winner of the G1 Levin Classic. This marks her first runner and winner.

The fastest son of Street Cry and three-time record holder over 1100m and 1200m, Ploverset appears to have inherited her sire’s trademark speed. Street Boss’s other top performers include G1 Newmarket Handicap winner The Quarterback, G1 Kentucky Oaks winner Cathryn Sophia, as well as G1 American Oaks winner Decked Out.

Street Boss will stand the 2017 breeding season at Jonabell Farm for $17,500, stands and nurses.