Stationary by name, not by nature

Aug 27, 2010

Lightly raced mare Stationary (pictured) managed to break her maiden status at Geelong on Friday.

After running second at her past two starts, the daughter of Thorn Park stepped back up to the 2200m trip and thanks to a perfect ride from Dwayne Dunn, she proved too strong to win by a head.

Now a four-year-old, Stationary has taken time to mature and has only had six career starts. She will keep getting out over further distances and now that she has a win under her belt, we expect her to continue on her winning ways.

Stationary has shown a liking for the Geelong Synthetic track so you can expect to see her there again shortly over a similar distance.

Congratulations to her winning owners, Ed McKeon, Philip Esnouf, Jeffrey and Felicity Kennett, and Luke, Frank and Adam Agosta.

A special mention must go to her strapper Ryan Eadie, who has supported Stationary ever since her first trial. He would have got plenty of enjoyment from the victory.