HARD Reyva is loving life at the farm and it is showing on the track.
The All Too Hard four-year-old won second-up from a spell at the Sunshine Coast on Easter Sunday (April 9).
Despite lumping 61.5kg, he was too strong in a Benchmark 58 (1000m), with non-claiming apprentice Angela Jones aboard.
He was back in the ruck but chimed in strongly over the concluding stages.
Trainer Stuart Kendrick said a change in training routine had worked wonders for the horse.
“He spends most of his time at the farm on the treadmill and the staff there have dome a great job with him,” he said.
“He is not the toughest horse, constitution wise, and really appreciates the relaxed environment.
“He was well ridden by Angela Jones. He had to lump the big weight but did a great job.
“We’ll aim to win a race in town now.”
The Krew Racing-syndicated galloper has three wins and five placings from 13 career starts.
He’d resumed with a solid third at Doomben before Sunday’s win.

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