Nashville Skyline broke her maiden today at Aquis Park when taking out the LJ Hooker Robina Three Year Old Fillies Maiden Plate. The daughter of champion stallion Not A Single Doubt was sent out a solidly backed favorite and didn’t disappoint her supporters by finishing the race off too strongly for her rivals after sitting just off the speed. Nashville Skyline had put the writing on the wall with two impressive trials recently at the Gold Coast as well as strong form lines from her first preparation.
Nashville Skyline was ridden by Shannon Doyle who was impressed with the way the filly let down and predicated bigger and better things to come “She is a very nice filly, Bryan asked me to ride her work on Tuesday morning and I told him only bad luck would see her get beat and thankfully I was right. I think that she will definitely improve with that run under her belt and with a step up in distance so she has a bright future”
Winning Co Trainer Bryan Guy was relieved to finally break the ice with the filly after a couple of unlucky placing’s “She has been a little unlucky not to win before now and she has always shown above average ability. But this time she looks like to have come back better, we set a plan in the winter with the team from Aquis Farm and so far so good. Long term we feel that she could measure up to the three fillies races in the winter so now it’s all about qualifying her for those races and today was a good start.”
Nashville Skyline is owned by the powerful racing and breeding organization Aquis Farm and was purchased from 2016 winter Magic Millions yearling sale and Co Trainer Daniel Guy was happy to be given the chance to train her “Dad was asked to buy three horse for Aquis Farm from the Magic Millions Winter Yearling sale and this filly was one of them, she has always shown something from day one and thankfully Aquis Farm have taken their time with her and we believe this patience will be returned with the filly being aimed at better races in the future. This also now makes two of the three horses Dad brought winners and the only one not to win is a filly named Protest who put the writing on the wall today that a win is not far off so hopefully it’s onwards and upwards for Aquis Farm and Team Guy.”
Should anybody have any enquires about having a horse trained by Bryan and Daniel Guy please call Bryan 0418 410 818 or Daniel 0417 281 381 for further information.