Win Burn, ridden by Jake Molloy, also won at Ipswich on Magic Millions raceday.

A MAGIC front-running win by Zoumeteor helped cap a successful week on the Gold Coast for Kendrick Racing.
The Zoustar four-year-old won the first race of the Magic Millions Raceday on Saturday (January 13).
Ridden by Angela Jones, Zoumeteor ($10) scored the lucrative win for his owners in the $500,000 Magic Millions Country Cup (1200m).
Trainer Stuart Kendrick said he was rapt to win a Magic Millions feature for a group of loyal owners.
“It’s a big thrill,” Kendrick said.
“We’ve got some great owners in this horse that have been really supportive,” he said.
“Angie got him across terrific and he’s got such a high cruising speed this horse, he’s a tough bugger and he kept giving.
“He’s a massive, big striding horse and when he gave that kick at the top of the straight, it gave us something to cheer about.” Zoumeteor has now won five of 13 starts and the big Magic Millions pay day took his career earnings over $380,000.
Kendrick Racing won with Defiant Spirit seven days earlier on the opening weekend of the Magic Millions carnival and was active at the sales, securing some nice yearlings.
And Win Burn also won at Ipswich for the stable on Magic Millions Day.
Ridden by Jake Molloy, Win Burn ($3.30) broke through third-up from a spell in a Class 6 (1100m).
It was a massive win, with Win Burn looking gone over the concluding stages after having to work to be up on the pace after being slowly away, before rising from the canvas in the final bounds.

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