Jack Regan Rules at Sandown

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Jack Regan, a five-year-old son of Rock of Gibraltar, made it back-to-back wins after his dominating performance at Sandown on Monday.  Settled in the rear of the field in the early stages, he was pulled out wide coming down the hill and hit the front early in the straight to score an impressive three-and-a-quarter length victory.  As an added bonus, Avenue Bloodstock were responsible for the first three home.  In addition to Jack Regan, Avenue Bloodstock also purchased Humbolt Current and Mountain Breath, both private acquisitions for Chris Waller.

From the family of G3wG1p Jallota and G3wG2p Lady Lahar, Jack Regan was a 180,000 guineas purchase from the Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale.  He was purchased by Avenue Bloodstock, Clarke Bloodstock and Busuttin Racing.

Congratulations to his connections including trainers Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young.

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