Mitch Freedman continued the winning ways in 2022 with two more victories to Delta Tango and Tararua.

Delta Tango was victorious at Ararat on January 13, dropping back in grade and out in trip was the formula to her success. Ridden by John Allen, who has partnered Delta Tango to both victories, the staying mare relished the step to 2000m. Following her victory and increased rating, the program really opens up for Delta Tango, with Freedman targeting some restricted Fillies & Mares races in town for her next assault. Freedman said post race “John Allen is building a good record with her, the blinkers were the key to her race track improvement.”

The Freedman camp’s attention turned to Tararua on Saturday and wasn’t it a performance to remember! After catching the eye at recent trials, Tararua showcased his blistering gate speed, leading from pillar to post and comfortably putting away his rivals to an 8 length victory. Purchased for only $5,000 by Matt Fraser and his team of owners, this speedy gelding has already returned a nice dividend to all involved and it looks like he will win plenty more races along the way. Whilst confident he would put in a good performance, Freedman was “pleased to see the amount of improvement the gelding had made on the training track over the past month.” He has now gone to the spelling paddock and will make some more physical improvement in his time of at part owners Sherah Sullivans.

Freedman’s purple patch on the track has correlated off the track with the young trainer purchasing two cracking yearlings at the Gold Coast Magic Millions. A 3yo staying type colt by So You Think and an early looking 2yo filly by Encryption, there is something for every profile and budget. There really is no better time to get involved with the Freedman team! Check out the profile of the two new additions of the stables below.