Coach Adam Trinder hugged Mystic Journey’s proprietor Wayne Roser moments after watching the three-year-old underneath his care win the group 2 fillies traditional at Moonee Valley in spectacular vogue.
To win a race at Moonee Valley carried particular significance for Trinder as a result of his father Michael had skilled half a dozen winners at Moonee Valley, together with the 2003 Hiskens Steeple winner Misty Climate, which Adam rode to victory in the midst of July that season to kickstart a superb profession using over the jumps.
“That may be a profession spotlight,” Trinder mentioned after watching Mystic Journey maintain Fundamentalist and El Dorado Dreaming off within the straight.
And to win a race with a horse owned by Roser was icing on the cake. The pair turned linked when Roser, a former barrister in NSW, started sending horses to Trinder as the previous champion jumps jockey was beginning out his coaching profession in Devonport, Tasmania.
“Wayne Roser is a really loyal consumer… however he’s not solely a consumer he has been a mentor to me within the seven years we now have been concerned,” Trinder mentioned.