STAGGER Together has had a profitable fortnight on the racetrack winning two races in the space of twelve days.
The four-year-old son of Complacent has taken his time to get to the track but that patience is being rewarded having also placed second twice and a dual winner in his six starts.
Breaking his maiden at Pakenham under Jamie Mott on a good track, Stagger Together showed his versatility when striking a heavy track at Bendigo under Jarrod Fry.
An affordable buy from the Karaka yearling sales, Stagger Together is showing all the right signs that he is going to be a progressive horse into the future.
Congratulations to the winning connections of Stagger Together: Mangalore Park Racing, Mr R Stephenson, Cohuna Coffee Club