It was very pleasing to see Adandiman back in the winners stall at Seymour, dominating from the from the front at his first start out to a mile this preparation.

Adandiman has been a model of consistency, with two placings from his previous three starts and found race conditions to suit at Seymour. Adandiman benefited from controling the tempo from the front and could build into the race, sustaining a 2.25l victory.

Winning jockey Jarrod Fry explained “the win was a great reward, he has been ultra consistent and running well without winning so it was really pleasing to get the result today.” This was Adandiman’s fourth career victory and he has increased his prize money earnings to over $125,000.

It was pleasing result for Darren Dance and the Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock team, it is always a pleasure to see their colours first past the post. We hope to see Dandy to continue his consistent form and add career victory number five in the coming weeks!