Singapore's leading trainer Michael Freeman has labelled his star Super Easy (NZ) a "once in a lifetime horse" after the four-year-old took his 12th straight victory in Singapore last night in the $200,000 Sgp-3 Jumbo Jet Trophy (1400m) to equal the record of unbeaten runs on the Singapore track.
Super Easy (ex Parfore) was one of seven kiwi bred winners in Singapore last night, and one of three by his sire Darci Brahma, and took his stardom to a new level as he equalled the record of 12 unbeaten runs set by Karaka graduate Better Than Ever (French Deputy).
A revelation in Singapore, Super Easy's win last night in the Sgp-3 Jumbo Jet Trophy was one of his toughest to date, but he pulled out all the stops to get the better of race leader Captain Obvious (Verglas) who pushed him to the limit.
"I was a bit worried he wasn't going to get Captain Obvious," said Freedman. "I thought we were going to run second to a good, tough old sprinter.
"To be giving Captain Obvious three or four lengths start into the straight on a track that has been suiting leaders I thought was a very good effort and would be right up there with one of his best wins to date.
"It took all his ability to run him down today but the way he raced I think he's going to enjoy the softer tempo of the mile.
"I thought one of his best wins was in the Singapore Guineas (in May) which was over the mile and the way he's going now I think the mile is going to be ideal for him."
Delbridge Racing has already had success with the progeny of Darci Brahma with Pakari Toa (pictured) winning two races and a promising 2-y-old colt from Belleva showing potential. There is still one 2.5% share available in our Darci Brahma Belleva 2-y-old colt see http://delbridgeracing.com.au/horses-available