Mister Sea Wolf Targets Second $1-M The Gong Win On Saturday
NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia – Mister Sea Wolf is the champion of The Gong 2019. This inaugural edition of the horse race took place in November last year. Mister Sea Wolf, whose jockey then was James McDonald, defeated Mark Newnham’s Quackerjack who came in second, and fellow Chris Waller-trained racehorse Star Of The Seas who placed third, as per horse racing information website, Races.com.au.
The nine-year-old gelding will strive to retain his title as The Gong champion on Saturday. Mister Sea Wolf will compete at The Gong 2020 which will happen at the Kembla Grange Racecourse in New South Wales on November 21. Suppose he wins again in this 1,600-metre handicap competition. In that case, he and his team will take home his second $1-million worth of prize money, based on the information posted online in Australian horse racing tips and information portal JustHorseRacing. Mister Sea Wolf is one of the nominees of his trainer for The Gong.
Joining him in Waller’s list are Reloaded, Olmedo, and Savacool, according to the report posted online by Australian horse betting news and information website, Racenet. During the brilliant spring carnival, Mister Sea Wolf had a fantastic time with his racehorse trainer in November last year at the Kembla Grange. The grand old import is a Rosehill Gardens Racecourse resident. Earlier this spring, Mister Sea Wolf got proclaimed as the champion of the Chelmsford Stakes. This brown-coloured racehorse has had a flourishing existence since he started his racing career in the United Kingdom over six years ago.
Horse racing analysts believe Rose De France and Amadeus Wolf’s son can take his career earnings above the $2-million mark if he wins this coming weekend. Last year, Mister Sea Wolf had topweight of 59 kilograms for The Gong. Additionally, before he scored a narrow victory, he began at generous odds amounting to $21. Today, Mister Sea Wolf is in a similar situation. He has a 60-kilogram topweight and an excellent entry for the Illawarra Turf Club’s richest race’s second running. During the early TAB Fixed Odds wagering, Waller’s high-performing galloper got the rate of just a $15-chance.
Charlie Duckworth has confirmed that Mister Sea Wolf will compete in the 2020 edition of The Gong. He cited that the nine-year-old gelding is apparently the preferred contender or stable favourite this year. Besides, Waller’s stable representative affirmed that Mister Sea Wolf has been among their veteran racehorses, competing for them for quite a long time.
Duckworth said that their group feels pleased to watch Mister Sea Wolf coming back and taking part in various horse races, including the forthcoming The Gong. He described the outstanding sprinter as not being quite a Group 1 weight-for-age sprinter. Duckworth pointed out that Mister Sea Wolf is, nevertheless, marvellously consistent in his performances, whether it is a 1,800-metre tilt or a 1,400-metre one. He remarked that the stable favourite places his soul and heart in the competitions. With this advantage, Duckworth relayed that Mister Sea Wolf’s owners had reaped the rewards as a beneficial outcome.