Both progressed to the next qualifying round – remaining in the ultimate chase for a mouth-watering $1,000,000 first prize – after finishing first and third respectively in an MDC regional final (457m) at Temora on Tuesday afternoon.
Amazingly, six Victorians contested the $7000 to-the-winner event – also including Jepara (4th) – Angela Langton; Mepunga Mustang (6th) and Do It (8th) – both Jeff Britton; and Equalizer (7th) – Jason Thompson.
A model of consistency, Plaintiff (Jul ’20 Zambora Brockie x Appointed) played ‘prosecutor’ in claiming his 11th win (with five seconds) from 21 starts, including six of his past 10.
And he knows how to win a ‘case’, having got the decision in the G3 GRV Vic Bred Maiden on Australian Cup night.
He finished fourth in the G1 Maturity Classic and second in the G3 Launching Pad – on both occasions to ‘wonder woman’ Wow She’s Fast – and was fourth in the G3 Warragul St Leger and second in the Pink Diamond Rookie Short Course.
Plaintiff and Kelsey Bale will continue their ‘chase’ for a million-dollar dream at Wentworth Park on September 16.
Pawnote: Since its inception in 2018, no Victorian sprinter has won the Million Dollar Chase.
Plaintiff has stated his case for the @tabcomau #MillionDollarChase, taking out the @Temoragreys Regional Final in style in 25.80, with Impress Bromell & Kelsey Bale joining him for the Semis on September 16!— The Dogs (@Thedogs_com_au) August 16, 2022
Full Results: https://t.co/pMvwkMJgZq#thedogs #MDC @WatchDogRacing pic.twitter.com/b3xiFz1hPU
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