Marco Man and Bulala to represent Southern District in Highway Handicap

Marco Man and Rebeka Prest. Picture: Laura Hardwick
Marco Man and Rebeka Prest. Picture: Laura Hardwick

TWO Southern District horses will tackle Saturday’s $60,000 Highway Class Two Handicap (1100m) at Rosehill on Saturday.

The Tim Donnelly-trained Marco Man and Peter Morgan’s Bulala will both feature in a very competitive Highway.

Rebeka Prest’s three kilogram claim will come in handy for Marco Man, while Josh Parr will take the ride on Bulala.

One interesting runner in the Highway is the Brett Cavanough-trained Another Sin, who will be on debut in the race.

The three-year-old is the son of  Sin Sin Sin, who was trained by Trevor Sutherland, by Duporth and was purchased for $65,000 at the Magic Million sales.

Sin Sin Sin won the 2008 Wellington Boot on debut, and went on to win three races from 24 career starts.


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