Inn Keeper could be Brisbane bound for the winter after scoring an impressive victory for Warrnambool trainer Symon Wilde

FLYING FORM: Symon Wilde's lightly-raced galloper Inn Keeper saluted at Caulfield on Saturday, while Darren Weir's Warrnambool-trained horses also had success in Melbourne and in Adelaide. Picture: Rob Gunstone
FLYING FORM: Symon Wilde's lightly-raced galloper Inn Keeper saluted at Caulfield on Saturday, while Darren Weir's Warrnambool-trained horses also had success in Melbourne and in Adelaide. Picture: Rob Gunstone

LIGHTLY-raced sprinter Inn Keeper may be Brisbane bound for the winter after scoring an impressive victory for Warrnambool trainer Symon Wilde  at Caulfield on Saturday.

Wilde hinted following Inn Keeper’s win over Murphy”s Reward in the $100,000 restricted race that the four-year-old could head up north if he wins his next Melbourne start.

“We’ve got a few options open for Inn Keeper,” he said.

“One of those  is to go up to Brisbane but he must win his next start down here before we consider it.

“I think there’s plenty of upside to Inn Keeper.

There’s plenty of upside to Inn Keeper.

Symon Wilde

“I was a bit worried when Murphy’s Reward came up to him at the 150 metre mark  but he was just too strong in the run to the line.”

Wilde gave credit to jockey Linda Meech for her winning  ride on Inn Keeper. 

“Linda’s had six rides for six wins on Inn Keeper,” he said.

“It was a perfect ride by Linda. She’s got a wonderful understanding of Inn Keeper.”

Meanwhile, Darren Weir’s satellite foreman Jarrod McLean was delighted with the results produced by horses trained at the Warrnambool stable.

Camdus and Peaceful State were successful at Morphettville while Platinum Angel and  Lucky For All won at Caulfield. “Camdus is a good honest horse,” he said.