Lordhelpmerun is a live chance in the G2 Karrakatta Plate (1200m) for Commercial Bloodstock (FBAA) agent Noel Carter and trainer Steve Wolfe.
The Karrakatta is worth $500,000 and the bargain-buy will hit the jackpot if he can score a big-ticket victory at Ascot on April 14.
Carter bought Lordhelpmerun on behalf of a syndicate for $25,000 and the youngster didn’t require any divine intervention during a last-start victory in the Magic Millions Plate (1200m) on March 24.
“Steve has done a lot of work since his first-up run here a fortnight ago,” stable jockey Shaun McGruddy said. “It was all over once we got to the front but then he stargazed so I didn’t knock him around.”
The market for Perth premier juvenile event is dominated by stakes winning fillies Lady Cosmology ($3.60), Assetro ($5) and Agent Pippa ($6). Lordhelpmerun is priced at $16 and connections are confident he will run well above that quote.
“He’s the real deal,” Wolfe claimed after his second-up victory on March 24. “He’s big and strong and will keep improving leaps and bounds.”
Lordhelpmerun is a son of Playing God who was trained by Neville Parnham to win back-to-back G1 Kingston Town Classics in 2010-11. Parnham bred his first-crop leader and sold him through Toreby Park at the 2017 Perth Magic Millions.
Carter and Wolfe had won with My Greek Boy (Myboycharlie) at Ascot earlier in March and they can strike again in town this Saturday with War Jeune (War Chant). They cost a total of $45,000 as yearlings and have earned a combined $421,000.
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