Major Mission’s Warragul St Leger

Rising star completed an $8000 special assignment at Warragul on Tuesday night. Major Mission – a son of former sprinting star , who holds the Park 515-metre of 29.38sec – had a licence to thrill in the Topcat Video St. Leger final (424m).

Trainer Tony Attard of Altona Green and owner of Altona Meadows would have been entitled to celebrate with vodka martinis (shaken, not stirred) after Major Mission accounted for some of the state's up-and-coming speedsters in the restricted age feature for males.

Major Mission ($11.10) brandished a metaphorical 7.65mm Walther PPK pistol defeating ($5.80) by seven and a half lengths, with Barney ($10.60) two lengths away third in 23.97sec.

Then followed: Go Wild Doc ($18.20), Where's Rufus ($3.40F), Bowler Ben ($6.60), Freelander ($20.80) and ($3.60).

Bond (who stands at stud in New South Wales) is also the sire of Hybrid Theory, who won the , a restricted age feature for females, on September 16. In late June, Hybrid Theory also won the 1 Classic at Sandown Park.

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