Winner number five Vain Fox.

The stable’s third winner for the afternoon was a quinella, with Javaja (outside) edging out stablemate Bonded Affair.

Winner number two was Tojaki.

Loose Unit kicked off the incredible sequence of five winners by winning the first.

“I Like To Move It, Move It” was an appropriate party tune on the way to Kendrick Racing saddling up an incredible five winners at the Sunshine Coast’s Sunday meeting.
Moveitmoveit (main photo) was the fourth winner in the amazing day out, which capped a momentous weekend for the stable following a metropolitan double at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
Trainer Stuart Kendrick said Moveitmoveit showed his class in a Benchmark 78 (1300m), winning by one-and-a-quarter lengths with Jake Bayliss aboard.
“He has had his share of issues, but was too good,” he said.
“He was well ridden by Jake to squeeze through a tight run and then ran through the line for an impressive win,” he said.
On paper, the stable looked set for a big day, with plenty of favourites.
And that is how the afternoon started, winning the first three races with Loose Unit. Tojaki and the quinella in the third when Javaja beat stablemate Bonded Affair.
Kendrick said it was good to see Loose Unit get a win on the board after he broke through in a Maiden (1600m).
“He has been unlucky in plenty of his races,” he said.
“A good ride by Ryan Wiggins saw him given every chance and he showed what he can do.”
Tojaki won her first start for the stable after transferring north, bolting in by three-and-a-half lengths in a Maiden (1200m).
“She is a promising Zoustar mare,” Kendrick said.
“She’s only lightly raced and had shown plenty in her work. It was great to see her do it on race day,” he said.
Ridden by Bayliss, she won as a $4 chance.
Javaja ($2.15-fav) won at his career debut on the back of a trial win.
Also ridden by Bayliss, he was too strong for stablemate Bonded Affair, which finished second, giving the stable the quinella in a Maiden (1200m).
“He’s an exceptionally well-bred colt and was impressive over the 1200m,” Kendrick said.
“He should continue to get better over further and hopefully will mature into a nice three-year-old,” he said.
Following Moveitmoveit’s win, Vain Fox completed the “fab five” when he won a Ratings Band 0-58 (1000m).
Ridden by apprentice Bailey Wheeler, who had been aboard for the metropolitan double a day earlier, Vain Fox ($3.90) held on in a tight finish.
“He was resuming from a spell and kept his fresh record intact for us,” Kendrick said.
“It was a tough win. He had to make the pace and held on by a nose,” he said.

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