Street Life rallied from far back to post an impressive one-and-a-half length victory in the Listed Adelaide Hills Railway Stakes at Oakbank on Saturday, 3 April.
The Railway was the first Stakes win for the hard-knocking Street Boss gelding, who has finished in-the-money in half of his 48 career starts.
Racing toward the rear of the 11-horse field early, Street Life rallied wide down the center of the course, sweeping past rivals in the final furlong to win going away.
Bred in Australia by Claredale Pastoral, Street Life is out of the winning mare Mimiele and hails from the family of Group Stakes winners Feeling (G3 South Australian Stakes) and Padre (G2 Westend Draught Breeders’ Stakes, etc.).
In addition to the Railway Stakes winner, Street Boss has sired additional Australian Stakes winners Anamoe (G2 Todman Stakes) and Arcaded (G2 Blue Diamond Fillies Prevue, G3 Magic Night Stakes). In North America, Street Boss is represented by New Boss (Allen ‘Black Cat’ Lecombe Memorial Stakes) and Who Took the Money (Crescent City Derby).
Street Boss is standing at Jonabell Farm in Kentucky for a fee of $15,000 stands and nurses.