Julius Caesar out to make amends
Singapore Sunday preview
In his first start three weeks ago, he already made people sit up.
If not for a tardy beginning, JULIUS CAESAR could have opened winning accounts in that Maiden event over the Polytrack 1,100m.
He started as the $13 favourite, indicating the level of confidence on the horse.
Ridden by jockey Vlad Duric, the James Peters-trained three-year-old made up ground gradually to beat all but My Horse, going down by a mere neck.
A half-brother to former useful sprinter Peace No War, Julius Caesar has made tremendous improvement and looks the one to beat in tomorrow's relatively weak Maiden event in Race 2.