A SA trainer has been left red faced after declaring one of his runners at Morphettville today which sparked a betting plunge before the horse finished dead last.
Trainer Trevor Dansie saddled up first starter Chevite in the first at Morphettville and he was not afraid of letting everyone know how good the horse is saying on RSN “He’s an unraced 2YO, so things need to go right, but Tony McEvoy’s odds-on pop will want to be pretty good.”
The son of Moshe was backed from $13 into $3.50 before running last in the small but quality field won by Manzala.
Listen to the interview:
Adelaide trainer Trevor Dansie, super confident about the chances of first starter Chevite at Morphettville today.
"He's an unraced 2YO, so things need to go right, but Tony McEvoy's odds-on pop will want to be pretty good."https://t.co/13g5MDFurY
— RSN927am (@RSN927) November 18, 2017
Watch the race:
Chevite $13 into $3.50 at Morphetville and runs dead last. Dare say we won't be listening to Trevor Dansie again when he declares one. Putrid.
— Greg Larkins (@Greg_Larkins) November 18, 2017
'It'll just win'
Nek minnit runs last #Chevite
— Tom Gilmore (@tgilmore_92) November 18, 2017