CHAMPION sprinter Just Browsing ran right up to her classy heat run when she scored a brilliant victory in last week’s Steve King Ladies Bracelet final at Mowbray.
The daughter of multiple group-winning sire My Bro Fabio and Dennes Point started favourite from box eight and, when the lids flew open, the black sprinter didn’t put a foot wrong, charging across to take the lead through the first turn.
Just Browsing let loose her phenomenal mid-race speed to power away down the back, as she kicked strongly to score by seven lengths from Miss Hanigan with Take Guard third in a red-hot 29.72.
Trained by Gary Fahey, it was Just Browsing’s 12th career victory from 18 starts.
“This bitch is a faultless beginner and the Ladies Bracelet final was only her second run out of the boxes for five week,” Fahey said.
“It gave me confidence knowing she would be readier come the final after working hard in her heat.”
Owned by Fahey in partnership with his brother Greg, Just Browsing has a string of classic victories highlighted by the prestigious Illingworth Classic.
Just Browsing’s fantastic record at Mowbray of nine wins from 10 starts over 515m has seen her tagged by spectators and even esteemed form commentators as the “Queen of Launceston”.
Mangalore-based Fahey will now concentrate on the state’s upcoming group races.
“There isn’t much around feature-race wise until December, so we might just try to win a couple of graded races in Devonport and Hobart with Just Browsing and her sister (Scared Shadow) to help them qualify for the big races later in the year,” he said.