Highland Son, ridden by James Orman, completed a Sunday double for the stable.

KENDRICK Racing has unearthed a potential carnival type in Zoumeteor (main photo).
The well-bred three-year-old resumed with an eye-catching win at the Sunshine Coast on Sunday (April 23), handing the stable a double.
Earlier, Highland Son (pictured above) also won in impressive style.
Jockey James Orman was on both winners.
Zoumeteor ($9) broke through in a QTIS 3YO Maiden (1000m), hitting the line strongly to win by a length, despite being caught wide in running.
It was only his third career start and his first since November last year.
“He overcame that wide run to win going away from them, showing he’s a very promising three-year-old,” said trainer Stuart Kendrick.
“Being by Zoustar and out of the good race mare Kakakakatie, he has the pedigree and ability to head towards the better carnival races over the next month,” he said.
Highland Son is also bound for town after winning easily in a Class 5 (1000m).
He made it back to back Sunshine Coast wins when he bolted in by nearly three-and-a-half lengths as a $2.45 chance.
“He’s in good form at his home track,” said Kendrick.
“He was given a perfect run by Jimmy and finished over the top of them to win easily in good time,” he said.
“We will look to head to metro grade with him next start.”

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