While all eyes were on Golden Slipper winner Vancouver, co-trainer of Pride Of Dubai Peter Snowden reminded punters not to forget his Blue Diamond Stakes winner ahead of the Inglis Sires.
And when Gai Waterhouse’s two-year-old was spelled, racing fans had another crack colt to admire as Pride Of Dubai showed tremendous fight to hold off Odyssey Moon in the $1m event.
The Street Cry colt, ridden by Hugh Bowman, sat three-wide as the field rounded the home turn and sprinted clear before looking defeated when headed by Rageese.
But the tough colt fought back to win and stamp his authority as one of the leading juveniles in the country.


Street Cry – Al Anood

Winner – Inglis Series 2015
Trainer Peter & Paul Snowden
Jockey Hugh Bowman
Prizemoney Won $600,000
Lifetime Performance as at 01 December 2015
STARTS 1st 2nd 3rd
4 2 1 1

Inglis Series Race Replay
2015 Winner Pride of Dubai, 2nd Odyssey Moon, 3rd Rageese
Time/Track 1-25.72 (Soft 7)    
Pride of Dubai (AUS) Street Cry (IRE) Machiavellian (USA) Mr. Prospector (USA)
Coup de Folie (USA)
Helen Street (GB) Troy (GB)
Waterway (FR)
Al Anood (AUS) Danehill (USA) Danzig (USA)
Razyana (USA)
Eljazzi (IRE) Artaius (USA)
Border Bounty (GB)