Ready To Rock lived up to the expectations as a Champion Horse in the local circuit when won in a thrilling finish the Piala Emas Sultan Selangor over the gruelling 2000m in Race 9 on Sunday. Trained by leading trainer Richard Lines, the five-year-old Australian gelding by Ready’s Image with Jockey Jose De Souza on board was tucked along the rails in midfield most of the journey and switched to the centre at the final bend and it was a bobbing of heads with Rising Glory (KC Wong) and won by a head. However, Ready To Rock had to wait for a while as the rider of Rising Glory raised an objection for alleged interference before being declared the winner of the final leg of the ever popular Triple Crown Series. Ready To Rock on record scored his fourth straight win from many starts and for the first time raced over 2000m. Keep a close watch on D’Great Timing, ran a commendable third to Ready To Rock. The five-year-old by Good Journey was in close touch with the leaders and made the bid along the rails in the final 200m but found Ready To Rock and Rising Glory a shade better.

Star Strike showed a return to form with an impressive win in the Class 4 (A) event over 1600m.
The seven-year-old by Sakhee’s Secret with Jockey S Sandana on board was kept in midfield spot and darted through an opening in the last 100m to win, beating Star Invincible.
Trainer Frank Maynard’s D’Great Spirit is back in form and more wins will come judging from the victory in the Class 4 (B) event over 1200m in Race 4 on Saturday.
The five-year-old by Walking Or Dancing came home very well in the final run to beat Powerful Fight in a convincing manner.
Do not rule out Good Deal’s next outing after a spectacular victory in Class 4 (B) over 1600m in Race 8.
Trained by Tan Soo Beng, the seven-year-old by Redoute’s Dancer was at the rear in the early part of the race and swept around the runners on the home bend to breeze past the rest of the field to win drawing away.
Charles Leck trained French Vintage stepped up his last start second with a pillar to post win in a Class 5 (A) over 1200m in Race 7.
Well handled by Apprentice A Suriya, the seven-year-old by Roc De Cambes was out in flash from the the gates and was never really challenged to beat Super Eight.