Ocean Park three-year-old Seas No Limit (x Boundless) has plenty ahead of him according to jockey Linda Meech after their victory in the E-Cycle Solutions Jumps 28th June Maiden Plate (1600m) at Pakenham Park on Tuesday.
The Matthew Ellerton and Simon Zahra-trained gelding was moderately away out of the gates to sit off the pace for the majority of the race.
Meech drew him out four-wide at the turn of the straight where he began to lengthen and stormed home with 200m to go to nab Eira at the line to win by three-quarters of a length.
“He didn’t really love it (the synthetic track),” Meech said. “At the 600m he was really resenting it. I managed to get him to the outside of the runners, and even though he was lost he won quite impressively.
“He’s only had the one bad run, so with the blinkers on he might string another couple together hopefully.”
Seas no Limits was purchased for $150,000 from the 2016 Inglis Easter draft of Trelawney Stud.
Ocean Park, also a graduate of Trelawney, has sired 37 individual winners to date and seven stakes performers, with his eldest just three. -NZ Racing Desk