Behemoth Dominates At Moonee Valley
Dec 02, 2018
Bargain Grand Syndicates gelding Behemoth has stamped himself as a horse destined for bigger and better things with a dominant win at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
In his Victorian debut, the three year old made it look easy in the 1200m event, scoring by nearly 4 lengths. Jockey Craig Williams settled him back near the tail early before taking him to the outside at the turn. Showing a great turn of foot, Behemoth raced clear in the straight to land some nice bets after being backed from $5 into $3.50 favourite.
The huge son of All Too Hard will now be spelled and will likely be aimed at either the Melbourne Autumn Carnival or next year's Adelaide Carnival.
Goolwa trainer David Jolly and his staff have done a great job with the former $6000 bargain buy, who now has the record of four starts for 2 wins and a second, earning his owners almost $90,000.