Street Boss's gun-son Anamoe returns at three in impressive style

Godolphin colt claims victory over a high-class field in the G2 Run To The Rose at Rosehill at Kembla

Star two-year-old Anamoe returned at three with a convincing first-up victory on Saturday, 11 September in the G2 Run To The Rose at Rosehill (Kembla Grange) beating a field that included last season's G1 Golden Slipper winner, Stay Inside, and the G1 Champagne Stakes winner Captivant.

The son of Street Boss concluded his juvenile season as the dominant winner of the G1 Sires' Produce Stakes and G2 Todman Stakes, following two placed performances in the G1 Blue Diamond (third) and G1 Golden Slipper Stakes (second). 

On Saturday, under the guidance of James McDonald, Anamoe came from barrier four to jump midfield. James sat the colt midpack with cover and gave him a patient ride where on the turn he asked Anamoe for some effort. The colt duly responded and the pair cruised to the line crossing it under a hold.

"He was the real deal as a two-year-old. I think it's remarkable how he's come back after one trial and a setback," said Champion jockey James McDonald following the win. 

 Only Into Mischief, Curlin and Constitution could top his seven juvenile Stakes horses in 2020. Street Boss's 2021 sales two-year-olds bring $360k, $250k, $230k, $190k, $159k, etc.