Winning treble for Turn Me Loose


“If you want to define bravery, you look up TURN ME LOOSE in the dictionary and there it would be”.

So said legendary Melbourne racecaller Greg Miles following the Gr.1 victory of TURN ME LOOSE in Caulfield’s 1400m Futurity Stakes in which he beat Australia’s best sprinter/milers at their own game. 

Now a leading young sire imparting his own great qualities to his progeny, TURN ME LOOSE enjoyed a stellar day at the Counties races yesterday with three of his runners winning and a further two finishing in the runnerup position.

His exciting 2YO daughter Wessex confirmed her talent at her second start back this preparation when settling near the lead before assuming control in the home straight and drawing clear of her rivals for a comprehensive, near two length victory.

Black type opportunities await the $150,000 Karaka yearling sales purchase who had impressed with her debut win early in the season for owner Ben Kwok and trainer Andrew Forsman.

Two races later, improving 3YO gelding Me Liberez broke his maiden with a gritty, one length victory after leading for the majority of the race and repelling all challenges in the straight while a wide draw proved no obstacle in the next race for exciting TURN ME LOOSE 3YO filly Crazy In Love.
Crazy In Love
On debut, Crazy In Love delivered an outstanding winning effort for her connections (which include TURN ME LOOSE part owner Lindsay De Souza), showing impressive speed to cross the field and maintain a strong gallop all the way to the finish line in the 1400m event.
Turn Me Loose
With just two crops to race and any number of exciting young gallopers among them, TURN ME LOOSE heads the Leading Second Crop Sire of Stakeswinners table with this seasons 2YO Gr.1 winner LICKETY SPLIT, Melbourne Gr.2 winner PRIX DE TURN, 2YO stakes winners TURN THE ACE and ALABAMA GOLD and Adelaide stakeswinner ANCIENT GIRL.