A Corumbene Stud homebred, five year-old Hussonet (USA) mare Mahara scored a valuable Black Type win in the Group Three VRC HKJC Stakes at Flemington on Cup Day.
Transferred to Peter and Paul Snowden following the sad passing of her previous trainer Guy Walter, Mahara powered home hard for James McDonald to win the 1400 metre event by a length.
Mahara defeats Rose Of Choice by a length with a nose back to Vibrant Rouge in third.
Lightly raced Mahara has had five wins and two placings from 11 starts earning $259,725 and appears as though her best is still to come.
Mahara is a full sister to Group One MRC Oakleigh Plate winner Eagle Falls and is the second stakes-winner for Desina, a three-quarter sister to the dam of stakes-winners Gai’s Choice, Peron and Atmospherical.
Mahara is stakes-winner number 93 for Hussonet, who featured earlier in the day with another new stakes-winner in Hijack Hussy.
Hussonet stands at Cornerstone Stud in South Australia at a fee of $16,500.
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