Track records don’t come easily, especially on the metropolitan circuit, but the sublimely talented Dyna Double One made it two city track records in the space of nine days on Saturday night.
A dual Group 1 winning sprinter, Dyna Double One endured four consecutive defeats (three if which were unplaced) before stepping up to the middle distance for the first time two starts ago.
Since then he has set new track records at Sandown (595m) and The Meadows (600m).
What better way to celebrate your 50th start? Dyna Double One has won 27 races and been placed further 15 times, has won $819,000 in prize money.
WATCH: Dyna Double One runs a track record 33.63sec at Sandown to eclipse Bobby Boucheau’s previous mark by 0.04 seconds, after it had stood for five years.
WATCH: Dyna Double One runs a track record 33.911sec at The Meadows, lowering Xylia Allen’s time standard (33.983sec) by more than a length.
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