Written Miss ridden by Jason Benbow wins the Cervus Equipment Fillies and Mares Mdn Plate at Sportsbet-Ballarat Racecourse on October 22, 2020 in Ballarat, Australia. (Brett Holburt/Racing Photos)


Written Miss has maintained her unbeaten record while also continuing the successful run of her trainer Caroline Jennings with an all-the-way victory in the John Duff & Co Handicap (1000m) at Pakenham on Saturday.

Jennings, who trains on-course at Pakenham for Kennedy Racing, the owner of Written Miss, has saddled 16 runners after Plucky Pirouette first stepped out at Geelong back in January.

Written Miss provided Jennings with her breakthrough win as a trainer at Ballarat on October 22 and the three-year-old daughter of Written Tycoon was Jenning’s fifth victory.

Jennings has now produced five winners from her past six starters after registering her breakthrough city success with Arabian Hussey at Sandown on Wednesday.

Written Miss was the medium of a solid betting move. She was heavily supported from when markets first went up with TAB on Wednesday and although there was three scratchings on Saturday morning, Written Miss had further support in the lead up to the race to start a $2 favourite.

At no stage was there concern for punters as Written Miss found the front, eventually cruising home to a one-and-a-half length win under Jason Benbow from Veranskova ($5).

“It’s been an incredible time” Jennings said.

“Congratulations and a huge thanks to my owner James Kenendy. It’s been a great week, totally surreal and to be totally honest, utterly nerveracking.”

“There was a lot of hype around Written Miss, and rightly so, but you just don’t know what’s going to happen until they’ve crossed the line.”

“She’s an absolute credit to everyone.”

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