SEVEN Mile Beach trainer Tammy Mollross expects a recent arrival at her stable to develop into a very handy galloper.
Darmasanda (Monashee Mountain-Pelican Girl) gave a bold exhibition of front-running to score an impressive win on debut in a fillies and mares maiden over 1100 metres at Tattersall’s Park today (Sunday).
Darmasanda scored by over two lengths from Lass Of The Manor that challenged the winner for most of the journey while Gee Gee Cry Baby fought on well to grab third in advance of What A Life that had no chance given she was near last for most of the way until eased out to make a charge 400m from home.
The four-year-old mare was partnered by in-form jockey David Pires who was fresh from a double at the previous Hobart meeting.
Pires said the mare had what it takes to win her share of races.
Trainer Tammy Mollross said the mare had taken her eye from the first day she walked into her stables.
Listen to what trainer Tammy Mollross had to say about Darmasanda’s debut win – click here .