Another Day, Another ‘Fair’ Winner

Another day…another winner for Trade Fair.
Trade Fair’s latest winning run started when Fair Hunter, Stock Trader and Grand Crusade won in WA and Night Trade was successful in England when sizzling over six-furlongs in 1.10.
Then Shes Rosie dashed over seven-furlongs in 1.20.70 to be successful in England last Friday.
And Honest Deal kept the ball rolling when he led his rivals a merry dance and took the Wolves Handicap (2400m) at Wolverhampton on Monday (July 30) by 4 1/2-lengths as the 11/8 favourite.
Trade Fair, WA’s best value and most versatile stallion, has sired 99 individual winners, who have been successful from 1000m to 3500m.
Honest Deal, ridden by Robert Winston for trainer Alan Swinbank, has now won three times and has been successful from 8 1/4-furlongs to 12 1/4-furlongs.
He is from Sincerely, by Singspiel, a winner at seven-furlongs.
Sincerely is from the family of La Cucaracha, by Piccolo, the champion older female sprinter in England in 2006. Her seven wins, from five-furlongs to six-furlongs, included the Group 1 Nunthorpe Stakes, Group 3 King George Stakes and Ballyogan Stakes and Listed Cammidge Trophy. She was also second in the Group 1 Haydock Sprint Cup and Group 3 Summer Stakes.