The astute owner had retired the ghostly grey Translation (Dyslexia- Singita) , as a 4-y-old for 18 months and it took the belief and determination of trainer Russell Cameron and Delbridge Racing to bring this talented galloper back to the racetrack. Under the expert eye of Russell Cameron Translation proved to be a godsend for the Delbridge Racing Believer syndicate many of whom experienced their first city wins with Translation.
Usually ridden on the speed early in his career he missed the start at his first run for Delbridge Racing when he tailed off last early and flashed home in what was to become a familiar style for the rest of his racing career.
He was a 6 time winner including 3 in city class at Sandown (twice) and Morphettville for Delbridge Racing plus also finishing a gutsy second on Oaks day at Flemington. He won $183k in prizemoney.
The Delbridge Racing Believer syndicate spent a lot of time and money to get him back to the races. It allowed him to have a successful racing career and the horse enjoyed it, the trainer enjoyed it and so did the syndicate – the ghostly grey certainly did not let any of them down.