The second leg of our Pakenham Thursday night double, Undoubtable Miss is a horse who really loves that track – so much so that we have raced her exclusively there this prep! And what a good record she boasts, during her seven start campaign winning two races and finishing in the placings on three occasions.
Not having had the best of luck from a wide gate when out of the money at her previous start, it was good to see Undoubtable Miss enjoy better run from barrier 1 this time – and jockey Luke Currie was happy to make the most of it, taking the shortcuts turning.
“The fence was holding up quite well so I was happy to use it and save the ground,” he said.
Always travelling well behind the leaders, Undoubtable Miss was left out on her own quite early – putting a length or so on her rivals from the 300m, so strong to the line saluting by a length despite conceding 2 1/2 kg to the runner up.
“Her form has been consistent,” Currie said – “Robbie has got her going really well. She drew out in slowly run races at her two prvious runs and was the victim of circumstances but she got a nice run throughout tonight and tried very hard.”
“She is such an honest horse,” Jade Matthews enthused, laughing as she noted that despite being deep into her current campaign, Undoubtable Miss was still having a good puff – “she carries quite a lot of weight and has always got a decent tummy on her, we are constantly trying to keep her fit!”
Bred locally by Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm, Undoubtable Miss is a daughter of Not A Single Doubt and the winning Tobougg mare Spy Catcher whose grandam is the high class race mare Khaptivaan.