Kuroshio

Exceed And Excel colt Kuroshio proved too fast for his older rivals, leading all of the way in the G2 McEwen Stakes over 1000m at Moonee Valley

A multiple Stakes winner as a juvenile, Kuroshio was having his second start as a three-year-old and was taking on older horses for the first time in his career.

After jumping a length clear of the field from his outside barrier, jockey Craig Newitt guided Kuroshio down to the rail where he led the field at a solid speed. The colt kicked clear turning for home and went on to defeat G1-winning sprinter Moment Of Change by close to two lengths; running a 1000m in 57.8 seconds.

Watch a replay of the McEwan Stakes at Moonee Valley on Racing.Com or paste this link into your browser https://www.racing.com/form/2013-09-14/moonee-valley/race/5/results. Greg Miles describes the run as sustained speed!

A homebred for Darley, Kuroshio is out of the Gone West mare Arctic Drift and is a full brother to G3 winner Believe ‘N' Succeed and Listed winner Agulhas. Believe ‘N' Succeed in turn is the dam of Listed-winning and G1-placed Lonhro filly Bounding.

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