CAJOLED CRUISES TO MAIDEN VICTORY
I could hardly of imagined six weeks ago that after my first three runners, two would have been a close second and Cajoled would break her maiden in such spectacular fashion in the famous Niarchos silks. In my relatively short career in racing I have been exposed to many bad days on the track, I therefore fully appreciate last night’s success.
Cajoled is a filly I have always liked, although I did believe the mile might just be on the short side for her. We will not rush to make any decision on her next start. I am sure Alan Cooper and I will have a conversation over the coming week or so and a plan will be drawn up. There's plenty in her favour as she is a scopey well put together filly from an exciting young family on the dam side.
I would just like to take this opportunity to thank, firstly my owners and staff for their initial support in George Scott Racing and also my family who have been incredibly tolerant over the last few years, letting me pursue my dream of being a racehorse trainer.
I have been overwhelmed by the countless congratulatory messages I have received.