Aided by a perfect ride by star International jockey Douglas Whyte, Scales Of Justice jumped to the front and with the light weight was able to hold off all rivals with relative ease to take out the $1m Railway Stakes.
The 4YO Not A Single Doubt gelding has continued his perfect place record with today’s Group 1 win having placed at all twelve of his previous starts, increasing his career earnings to $930,000.
Last years winner Good Project did his best work late running into second but never looked a threat to the winner as did race favourite Perfect Reflection who battled it out with a wall of horses for third.
Scales Of Justice wins the G1 Railway Stakes from Good Project in second and Perfect Reflection in third with Mackintosh fourth.
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