Revvy To Stay by The Gurkha
The classy gelding Revvy Jay, a smart last start winner of the RSL/Legacy Sprint on ANZAC Day will stay in Kalgoorlie for a couple of more starts, transferring to the George Grljusich stable.
Clint Price, part of the Ross and Clint Price training partnership was rapt with his win and conceded that he expected more of the same from the course specialist.
“He certainly likes it up in Kalgoorlie. Last year he won over the mile and finished in the placing’s twice from four starts for Ross Craig.”
“Mum and Dad have sent horses up to Kalgoorlie with George in the past and they decided to leave him there for a couple of starts.”
“His rating will be the problem. He is now an 80 country rating so he will be carrying big weights even after the claim.”
Price was impressed by the ride of young apprentice Aaron Rogers to win the RSL/Legacy Sprint.
“It was a top ride from a young apprentice and I would image he will be keen to continue on him.”
Ross and Tammy Price saddled up Revvy Jay on ANZAC Day and took the opportunity to stay on for a couple of days on the Goldfields.
“Our family have had a great association with the Goldfields over the years and the parents really enjoy going up there.”
“We have won most of the big races in Kalgoorlie over the years and Uncle John went leading trainer up there in the eighties.”