Someday’s (Falvelon – Miss Ivy, by Gold Brose) Listed Glasshouse Handicap (1400m) romp provided Glenlogan Park Stud stallion Falvelon with his eighth stakes winner.
Someday had no luck at his previous outing when third at Listed level at Eagle Farm but fortune played little part in the Kelso Wood-trained four-year-old’s maiden stakes success.
The gelding settled back in the field but swept around his rivals from the 600 metres to score brilliantly, notching his sixth win from 14 starts.
Buyers passed in Someday at $20,000 at the 2009 Magic Millions Winter Weanling Sale but the emerging performer took his earnings to more than $280,000 with his dominant win.
“I already have Sizzling and Real Surreal heading to Sydney and Melbourne for the spring and this guy can now join them,” Wood said.
“I am sure he is capable of winning a really good race and I rate him very unlucky not to be undefeated since I have had him.
“He has been a victim of bad luck and bad rides but his class has never been in question.
“He will now have a short let-up and I am sure he will be competitive in everything we set him for. He always is.”
Someday’s dam Miss Ivy (Last Tycoon – Malibu Magic, by Prego) was stakes-placed herself during her racing day but the gelding is her only foal to race after slipping to Stratum in 2007 and missing to Falvelon in 2009.
Glenlogan Park Stud stallions have produced three of the last four Glasshouse Handicap winners with Show A Heart’s son Woorim (Show A Heart – Wabble, by Canadian Silver) winning the 2010 and 2011 editions of the event.