Andrews Convinced Luckygray Can Claim Kingston Town Classic 2013

December 3rd, 2013

Luckygray’s recent performances have led new trainer Trevor Andrews to proclaim his condidence in the horse for this Saturday’s 2013 Kingston Town Classic.

The six-year-old gelding was experiencing a form lull before he turned things around with a win in the Group 1 Railway Stakes at Ascot on November 23, 2013.

“I certainly wasn’t full of confidence going into the Railway,” Andrews said.

Luckygray

Luckygray is poised to win the 2013 Kingston Town Classic according to his trainer. Picture by Sarah Ebbett.

“I thought well if he runs in the top five, the next race at weight for age, 1800m would probably be more suitable for him.

“And now that he has won the Railway you’ve probably got to be a little bit more positive going to the Kingston Town this week.

“So I am certainly looking forward to the race, the horse is in a good zone at the moment and just has to stay out of trouble between now and then.”

Jockey Shaun O’Donnell and Luckygray will once again reunite for the 2013 Kingston Town Classic.

“He had a solid gallop this morning, Shaun O’Donnell rode him and he was quite glowing in his report. Everything is good,” Andrews said.

“This horse has got to be ridden patience. Shaun was held up there for a while and probably forced his hand to wait otherwise he may have taken off early too.”

Luckygray has won 13 of his 26 race starts and has earned more than $2.46 million in prize money during his horse racing career.

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