Unthinkable proved far too good in the 1800m Class 1 plate at Mt Gambier, which was run in memory of Dean Holland. With Holland’s, parents on track for the first time since his tragic fall, Freedman was thrilled to win the race and paid tribute to his friend.

“To see Darren and Belinda on track and to share a moment with them was very special. It was pleasing to win in memory of Dean, who touched the lives of us all in the racing community, particularly at Ballarat.”

Unthinkable pulled off a well-executed plan by the Freedman team to chase her second career victory. The daughter of Churchill is South-Australian bred was purchased at the Adelaide Magic Millions, meaning she was eligible for the Racing SA Rewards bonus scheme. With $10,000 in bonuses on offer, the Class 1 at Mt Gambier a very attractive option for the budding stayer. Freedman was able to cash in for her owners, Roll The Dice racing and connections.

The Freedman team wish to pay their respects to the Holland family and privileged to win the race in his memory.