Nettoyer, Jockey James Innes Jnr Win Doncaster Mile 2020
SYDNEY, New South Wales – Nettoyer is the winning racehorse in the Group 1 horse racing event of the recently concluded Doncaster Mile 2020.
The bay-coloured mare bested other high-performing sporting horses at the Royal Randwick Racecourse last Saturday, April 4.
The 1,600-metre Sydney horse race earned Nettoyer’s team $1.5 million in cash prize.
Moreover, her trainer Wendy Roche and jockey James Innes Jnr bagged their first Doncaster Mile Group 1 victory, as per an April 4 Twitter tweet of Sky Racing.
Nettoyer beat Star Of The Seas whose trainer is Chris Waller and finished second place under jockey Sam Clipperton.
Moreover, the almost 7-year-old female racehorse defeated Brandenburg. This third placer’s trainer is John Sargent.
Brandenburg is three years old and competed in the Doncaster Mile 2020 Group 1 race under horseman Glen Boss.
Finally, Melody Belle bagged the gallant fourth position in the horse race. The New Zealander mare’s trainer is Jamie Richards, and she competed under rider Opie Bosson.
According to the news from Australian horse racing tips and news website Just Horse Racing, the starting price of Nettoyer, whose home track is Warwick Farm, is worth $41.
Furthermore, the daughter of Cleanup and Sebring has marked herself in the horse racing history books with her latest impressive triumph in the Doncaster Mile 2020 competition.
Nettoyer weighs 51.5 kilograms, and her jockey Innes enjoyed his experience of riding the successful and determined racehorse.
Based on the report by Australian horse racing news portal Racenet, the victorious horseman thanked Roche and her group, as well as his manager.
Innes confirmed that his handler had worked hard to prepare him for the prestigious sporting event.
Moreover, Innes dedicated his win to his pregnant partner who he shared was at home watching the match with their son.
The triumphant jockey cited that his first-born child is his most avid fan. He affirmed that his offspring is at home sitting down and spectating his father while touching the TV screen.
The proud sportsman relayed that he is delighted to come home to his family after the challenging Doncaster Mile 2020 Group 1 match.
Also, Innes said that he is thrilled to give his first-born son a huge smooch.
In 2017, the rider bagged the victory in the Stayers Cup, riding Plot Twist for racehorse trainers Paul and Peter Snowden.
Innes affirmed that he feels quite surreal to ride Nettoyer and grab the top victory in the Doncaster Mile 2020.
He described the racehorse as a sporting horse which a jockey could not drive the brains out of for the whole mile.
Hence, he remarked that he merely left her alone. Innes cited that runners were engaging in the horse race three or four wide.
He explained that the more he straightened up, the more confidence he felt in his body. Furthermore, the prizewinning horseman shared that he rode zealously in most days.
Thus, he relayed that his current win makes him feel that it is an unbelievable result.
Innes pointed out that the triumphant feeling still had not sunken in on him. He remarked that it would take a while for him to realise his latest success.