He’s owned in the same interest and trained by the same trainer, old Les Bridge, and he may just be on the same trajectory as the brilliant Classique Legend.
This bloke’s name is ALL TIME LEGEND (Zoustar-Snow Bell) and he impressively took his record to five wins from seven starts after leading throughout at Randwick in a BM 88 worth $125,000.
“I was surprised he led today but he’s always shown that if they go fast he can go faster.
“He’s a lovely horse,” said trainer Les Bridge.
“I really think I’m only just scratching the surface with him.”
SUBEDAR (Sepoy-Virage De Fortune) was very impressive in 2nd. He sat back at the tail yet sprouted wins late when asked. He whittled the margic down to half a length in the end.
He had not raced since October of 2019, when 4th in the Gr 1 Caulfield Guineas after which he was operated on and gelded.
TRUE DETECTIVE (Shamus Award-Girls Rule) raced a lot closer during the run and hang tough for 3rd.
But despite those neat performances, the winner looked the star.
Kerrin McEvoy who rode All Time Legend, when told that Les was surprised he led, said, “He didn’t give me any instructions and it just adds another string to his bow.
“He’s been near the pace before so I wasn’t worried about taking the front.”
The win took his earnings to $221,000.
All Time Legend cost $300,000 as a yearling.