Oct 31, 2016

SHE KEEPS NOSECRET will make her debut in tomorrow's Group 3 Ottawa Stakes after the scratching of Tony McEvoy's filly.

"It will be a great buz for all her owners.  We have a big syndicate of owners involved and they are all every excited. She is in Race 1 (10:40am) so it promises to be a long day in the bar if she happens to win".

SHE KEEPS NOSECRET will be JWR's first ever 2yo runner on Cup Day which says a lot about this filly. 

"We don't generally push our babies towards these early 2yo races but this girl has done it on her ear. She works, eats, sleeps and wakes up the next morning ready to go again. She is such a pleasure to train and thoroughly deserves her spot in tomorrow's field".

"I think she will surprise a few people tomorrow and run a really cheeky race. She has good speed and she's pretty tough so I expect her to be really competitive. If she runs top 5, everyone will be over the moon".

"She trialled very well at Cranbourne. She was a bit slow to begin but hit the line strongly late". 

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"She had another jump out last week over 600m at Mornington when finishing second to Matt Laurie's filly (From the Clouds). Matt's filly is very quick but hopefully we can turn the tables on her tomorrow over 1000m". 

SHE KEEPS NOSECRET is the first Group runner for first season sire YOUR SONG who stands at Widden Stud in the Hunter Valley.  

"We only have the one Your Song in the stable but it's fair to say that I wouldn't mind a few more! She is everything a trainer looks for in a 2yo. If they are all like her, he is going to be a successful stallion".

Purchased for $40,000 from Rothwell Park at this years Magic Millions Sale, SHE KEEPS NOSECRET is paid up for the Magic Millions Race Series.

"She wasn't a big filly at the sales but she was well put together and a real professional. She looked an early type so the Magic Millions Race has always been in the back of our minds. I will see how she goes tomorrow and then make a decision. The Ballarat Magic Millions Race is only a few weeks away so that might be a nice stepping stone for her if she runs well tomorrow".