Updated: May 29
*Article by The Trainers Hut Media
Beour Bay kept her perfect record since joining the Shane Nichols Stable intact after another impressive showing at Pakenham on Thursday Night. Zac Spain was on board again.
TBB Racing are pleased to be involved in the ownership group of the Cable Bay mare, bringing in some first time owners to race a share.
The most recent win followed the romp at Wodonga, where she started $1.30 to break her maiden.
The four-year-old was an $8,000 online purchase and has won two from two since residing on the Peninsula.
Shane Nichols was at the track with a large contingent of owners who only joined ownership of the horse around a week before the race.
"She hasn't had the ideal lead-up into this run. There was an ownership change, and it was all a bit complicated. This new ownership group has only been in her a week, so they're pretty happy," Nichols said after the race.
"They've nearly got most of their money back straight away. So they're up and about.
"She came with a few issues, and it took a little bit to iron those out. She's pretty good now," Nichols said after the race/
"I'm not sure where her rating will go. She probably goes up four points, which means she may still sneak into an open-sex BM64, or we may have to go Metro BM70 Mares.
"She's up to City level in the off-season for sure, especially through the winter. I doubt she would be on a firm deck, but she'd be more than capable through the winter.
"Our foreman Hayden Black has had a lot to do with this mare on the way through. That's why I let him do the pre-race interview, but I'll take the glory with the post-race.
"We've always had a bit of opinion of her, and hopefully, she keeps going forward."
Beour Bay has now had seven starts overall for two wins and four placings. She is a progressive mare that is showing plenty of promise.