Former Cromartry Park resident Redoutable sired Ten Outa Ten to win the Landor Cup (1800m) on October 2.

Ten Outa Ten was ridden by Jessica Bain to score by 5 lengths from odds-on favourite Black Coba (Blackfriars).  He had won the Mt Clere Hcp (1400m) at Landor last year after campaigning in Broome and Esperance.

Bred by Jane Hossell, he is from Key Ambition (Key Business) who hails from John Nicolay’s “Amber” family of stakes winners Amber’s Double (G2 C B Cox Stakes), Strictly Amber (LR WA Premier’s Cup), Sugarstone (LR Kalgoorlie Gold Cup) & Amber’s Halo (G3 Hyperion Stakes).

Redoutable (Redoute’s Choice) won sprints at Flemington and Moonee Valley before covering five books for Cromartry Park owners Colin and Olga McKenzie at Gingin.  His best galloper was Doutable who won 11 races between Albany and Derby, including two at Belmont, for owner-trainer Jayne Busslinger.

The Landor carnival in the Eastern Gascoyne is a traditional bush meeting held annually since 1921.  This year’s results, which were posted by surface mail to RWWA, covered 15 races over two days.

Saturday / September 30

RODINIA (Vital Equine), KOJARENA (Comfy), CENTIPEDE (Eternity Range), DROVERS LASS (Alfawz Alwasheek), BIARA FLYER (Flying Pegasus), LORD HAMMAR (Lords A Leaping), BLACK COBA (Blackfriars).

Monday / October 2

ANTOCCINO (Danehill Express), BLACK HOLE SUN (Blackfriars), BIARA FLYER (Flying Pegasus), TEN OUTA TEN (Redoutable), CARBURETOR (Stromberg Carlson), SUPER SAXON (Saxon), BEST DAY EVER (Pitleco), RODINIA (Vital Equine).