Someday salutes for Famous Roman

Rivercrest Park resident Famous Roman sired his first winner at Pinjarra on Wednesday.

His Lark Hill based gelding Famous Someday settled midfield under Shaun Meeres and then produced a powerful finish to score by more than two lengths from All Settled (Discorsi).  Ironically, the runner-up is raced by Dan and Julie Love who stand Famous Roman in association with Rivercrest Park studmaster Steve Hoare.

And in another twist, Famous Roman was previously based at Waterford Stud – the former home of Cardinal Virtue who also sired his first winner at Pinjarra on Wednesday.

Famous Someday (3g Famous Roman – Someday Lady by Key Business) is part-owned and trained by Stephen Miller and is the second foal of a mare related to G3 Belmont Sprint winner Corporate Bruce.  Her first foal Blitzem Someday (Natural Blitz) won twice in Albany last year.

Someday Lady has a yearling colt by Patronize and was bred back to He’s A Decoy in September.

Famous Roman (Danetime) won 7 races including the G2 Lee-Steere Stakes and G3 R J Peters Stakes at Ascot.  In the latter, he broke the long-standing WA State record for 1500m clocking 1.26.39s.

He stands at Rivercrest Park in Stratham alongside God Has Spoken, Kendel Star, Due Sasso and Black Tom.

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