What about Me? Maher kicks another goal in Sydney

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Ciaron Maher and David Eustace methodically ticked off another major race in Sydney when I Am Me surged to victory in the Sydney Stakes at Royal Randwick on Saturday.

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Having expanded their NSW base to include the picturesque Bong Bong property, they watched I Am Me bounce back from a lacklustre last-start effort in the Sheraco Stakes to win The Everest consolation.“We were just having a chat and I had to convince she was the right horse and that she was flying and to disregard her last run where she sort of overdid it a little bit,” Maher said. “He summed it up perfect. He got her out quickly, but he didn’t ask her to be there.

“Credit to the second horse because I knew he was there. I accelerated brilliantly and he was stuck to me like glue. I was cursing about the furlong, but I was pretty happy over the line.”Nash Rawiller and James McDonald traded barbs in a fiery stewards inquiry in which Racing NSW’s chief stipe Steve Railton admonished Rawiller, claiming “I’m running this inquiry, not you”.

“I said at the start of the prep he could be the best horse I’ve ridden and he hasn’t let me down today,” Rawiller said of Tom Kitten.“He’s been in a couple of high pressure races that just haven’t suited him, so getting out in trip has been the key and he’s been able to sustain a good gallop and they’ve broken a very good record,” co-trainer Adrian Bott said.

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