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December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

Jumping away well, Red Excitement  [Horseform] quickly took up the running, in what was a well judged ride by Brenton Avdulla.

"I thought he would lead today, because he is fresh and well, he's been doing that in his trials," Ryan said.

"If he didn't lead, he would sit outside the leader.

"He likes to use his stride and use his action and gets his head right down, when he is clumped up amongst horses he is no good."

Travelling strongly entering the straight, Red Excitement tired late, but just held on to defeat the Bjorn Baker trained Burbero  [Horseform]  and favourite You'll Never  [Horseform] .

Originally having set their sights on the Group 3 Standish Handicap, Ryan said they will now target next year's Listed Chester Manifold Stakes.

"The old plan was to run last week and then go to the Standish, but we missed last week because of the wet track, Ryan said.

"There isn't a race here for him in Sydney for the next month, so I don't think he'll run again until the Chester Manifold."

Continuing his good record with the Ryan Camp, Avdulla was full of praise for the training performance.

"That's probably one of the training efforts of the year I think," Avdulla said.

"He's been in the stable for a long time, from what we've seen him go through to get to the races, it's just an amazing job by Gerald [Ryan] and his team at home.

"He's come off a tendon injury and a few minor issues — to win first up 1400m with 61kg giving a lot of horses close to eight kilograms, it's an emotional win."

[Racing And Sports]

 December 20 2014

Red Excitement Lands Emotional Victory

Leading trainer Gerald Ryan was almost brought to tears at Rosehill, following the first up victory of stable favourite Red Excitement.

[Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla]

Emotional victory for Brenton Avdulla Photo by Racing and Sports

Unseen since notching up three straight victories back in February, the son of Excites fought hard to lead throughout in the third event.

"He hasn't been out of work since February and we've done a lot of work to get him back," Ryan said.

"When I first got the horse I was soft training him because he was a big tall narrow horse.

"I was going nowhere with him, and as soon as I started to work him hard and get into him, his form turned around."

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