Remember The Name stamps her quality


Remember The Name stamped herself a filly of quality with a win over the boys at Flemington on Saturday.

After beating her own age and sex at her last start at Flemington over 1400m, the daughter of Lope De Vega proved too strong for the boys stepping up to a mile.

The Super Vobis qualified filly collected her second successive winning cheque of $87,000 for her Rosemont Stud connections and is sure to be a major threat in whichever 1600m three-year-old event that trainer Danny O'Brien targets on Finals Day at Flemington on July 7.

The win gave Damien Oliver and O'Brien a running double on the program.

To watch Damien Oliver's post race interview click here

To watch Danny O'Brien post race interview click here

Pic By Racing Photos

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