Cyclone Andy Blows Them Away

May 15, 2012

Cyclone Andy broke his maiden in devastating style with a runaway victory at Cranbourne at only his second start. The athletic chestnut had shown good ability on the track and in jump outs but is a nervous type of horse that expends a lot of energy before he gets to the gates. In a master stroke by the stable Cyclone Andy had a day out at Caulfield at his first run to get used to raceday. He was on his toe and sweating up a treat but ran well until the turn before the whole new experience caught up with him.  This experience saw a much more settled horse at Cranbourne and with a drop in class he had the race well in his keeping a long way from home under jockey Matthew Allen. Cyclone Andy (Yasey - Darsawye) is a Trotter homebred that has gone through the system from foal to race track winner. Congratulations to the very patient owners on the win. On that win he is a horse who will continue to improve with racing.