Gap & Jack score for Not A Single Doubt

Gap & Jack score for Not A Single Doubt

“He puts his head down and has a crack” – so said trainer Gerald Ryan after Not A Single Doubt ‘s son Conroy’s Gap scored his third win from four starts at Warwick Farm today.

Pictured: Kerrin McEvoy rides Conroy’s Gap to victory over 1100 metres at Warwick Farm today. (PHOTO: Martin King/Sportpix)

A $42,000 purchase for the Banjo Club Syndicate from the Bell River Thoroughbreds draft at the 2010 Inglis Classic Sale, Conroy’s Gap is from five-time winner Fleecing (by Anabaa) and closely related to stakes-placed Perth winner, Cavallo Pazzo (also by Not A Single Doubt).

The win by Conroy’s Gap was the middle leg of a Warwick Farm treble for Arrowfield stallions, between victories by 3YO filly Debelle (by Snitzel ) and 3YO colt Galah (by Redoute’s Choice ).

Not A Single Doubt’s multiple stakes-winning son Doubtful Jack returned to the winner’s circle in fine style at Mornington on Saturday and took his record to nine wins & $603,228 from 22 starts for owner Allan Meads. Doubtful Jack will now head to the MRC Moonga S. 1400m G3 at Caulfield on 15 October.

Not A Single Doubt is the sire of six stakeswinners (four at Group level) and ten other stakes performers among his 101 winners – 62% of all his runners to date.

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