Capital Cee, ridden by apprentice Cody Collis, won the last at Ipswich to make it two wins for the day for Kendrick Racing.

CAN”T Recall One has showcased his carnival credentials with an outstanding win at Eagle Farm.
The Reliable Man gelding made it two wins from as many career starts with a runaway victory in a QTIS 2YO (1400m) on Saturday, March 16.
Ridden by Michael Rodd, the $1.30 favourite raced at the rear before ambling up to his rivals and racing away to win easily by four-and-a-quarter lengths.
It followed an Eagle Farm win over 1300 metres on debut earlier this month.
Trainer Stuart Kendrick said Can’t Recall One (main photo) was a really nice horse.
“He was impressive the other day and really didn’t know what he was doing,” he said.
“We wanted to give him this run today to give a good guide where he’s at.
“I just like the way when Michael asked him to quicken, he put a gap on them.
“He’s got a really impressive turn of foot, and he should get over further.”
Kendrick said he was a really nice horse early but did a lot wrong and had to get gelded.
“He’s getting better and better in everything he does.”
Offers to buy the horse came after his debut win and the phone is sure to be ringing again, but Kendrick said he would leave that to the owners.
“Hopefully, he’s a really nice carnival horse,” he said.
Races like the Sires and the JJ Atkins are obvious options.
“There’s also another nice race in Sydney, which fits in between the (ATC) Sires and the Champagne, so you might dodge all of the superstars down there,” Kendrick said.
“There’s a couple of options for him. I will just see how he pulls up and have a chat to the owners.”
The stable made it two wins for the day when Capital Cee won the last at Ipswich easily.
Ridden by apprentice Cody Collis, Capital Cee ($3.30) led and was strong in the run to the line to win a Maiden (1350m) by two-and-three-quarter lengths.
Capital Cee was third-up from a spell.


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