Mr Moet Changes Tactics In 2012 Kingston Town Classic Bid

December 7th, 2012

Trainer Adam Durrant will attempt to win the Group 1 Railway Stakes with Mr Moet by changing his tactics at the last minute.

Mr Moet won the Group 1 Railway Stakes last start and will be looking to claim his second Group 1 of the season in tomorrow’s race.

Durrant now believes Mr Moet should sit further back in the field that originally planned in order to strike late in the $500,000 race.

Despite wanting to sit back on the horse, Durrant is pleased with Mr Moet’s barrier draw of one in the 2012 Kingston Town Classic.

“It’s the shortest way home, that’s for sure,” Durrant said.

“He’ll be ridden a little bit quieter and probably come with a rush down the outside this time, rather than them coming down the outside and trying to run him down.

“He’s come on in his work.”

Mr Moet has won 11 of his 24 race starts and has earned more than $935,000 prize money during his horse racing career.

The five-year-old has won his past four race starts in a row and is in a strong position to make that five in tomorrow’s race.

Mr Moet has proven himself as a versatile horse in the past, winning over distances ranging from 1,400 metres to 2,200 metres.

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