Exciting sprinter Outlaws Revenge celebrated his successful 2020-21 season winning the Three-year-old category of the Racing Rewards SA Premiership at Saturday night’s South Australian Thoroughbred Breeders Awards at Morphettville.
More than $2m in bonuses were paid out in Racing Rewards across SA during the 2020-21 season with that set to increase by 10 per cent this season.
The Ryan Balfour trained three-year-old banked $105,300 in bonuses in his three-year-old campaign to claim the award from fellow promising gallopers Struck By, who earned $91,400 in bonuses, and Daily Spirit who claimed $69,350.
The Gordon Richards and Damien Moyle-trained Knightstown, bred by Summerset Park, claimed the Two-year-old Award after he earnt connections $38,400 in bonuses ahead of Richard and Chantelle Jolly’s Karacasu.
Peter Blanch’s stayer Azzureous won the Racing Rewards + Award having banked $29,000 in bonuses over the season, while Zeebedee was the leading sire.
Classy Chris Waller-trained sprinter September Run claimed the 2020/21 South Australian Thoroughbred Breeders Horse of the Year Award.
SA delivered four individual Group 1 winners with September Run edging out Run Fox Run, Instant Celebrity and Forbidden Love to claim the top prize.
Leading trainers Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas were the most profitable stable from Racing Rewards SA in 2020-21, Jason Holder the most successful jockey while Ken and Helen Smith were the most successful owners.
Ralph and Linda Satchell’s Willow Grove Stud, who bred Outlaw’s Revenge, were the leader in the Breeders/Nominators category.