Dyna Double One’s Gosford Quartet

SIRE Dyna Double One’s fantastic start to 2019 continued at Gosford on Tuesday night claiming four winners on the 11-race card, headed by hugely exciting youngster Pandemonium.

Adam Dobbin

8 January 2019

SIRE Dyna Double One’s fantastic start to 2019 continued at Gosford on Tuesday night claiming four winners on the 11-race card, headed by hugely exciting youngster Pandemonium.

Trained by Mark Moroney, Pandemonium was making his Gosford and 515m debut, running his rivals ragged in a brilliant front running display, scoring by 8 ¾ lengths in a sizzling best of night 29.45.

Already a winner at Maitland over the 400m in a slashing 22.30, the July 2017 whelp looks set for a very bright future, especially now his ability to see out a strong 520m has been established.

The fifth event on Tuesday night’s card saw another Dyna Double One galloper up in lights, the Jodie Lagogiane-trained Double Back scoring from box one in a slick 29.64.

Winner at three of his four career starts, his other effort a narrow second, Double Back took out a hot $8,000 to-the-winner Richmond Maiden Final (535) in November and is progressing through the grades nicely.

Lagogiane claimed a double on Tuesday’s program in race 10 when the regally bred Demolition Duke – a son of Dyna Double One and Clockwise – led all-the-way over the 388m in a smart 22.27.

Maintaining his unbeaten record, winning each of his three career appearances, Demolition Duke lacks nothing in pedigree, with Clockwise also the dam of Group 1 winning sprinter Fast Times and a host of other formidable gallopers.

Dyna Double One’s top night at Gosford on Tuesday kicked off with Run Juju Run’s slick 29.79 maiden victory in the third event of the program for trainer Adam Campton, giving every indication he’s ready to forge a strong career also.

Dyna Double One has enjoyed a terrific start to 2019 with a host of quality chasers emerging around the traps, his pups already boasting 50 wins throughout the first 10 days of the new calendar year, with prizemoney in excess of $125,000.