Local group reap $100,000 reward from South Australian group one victory

Locally owned horse, Treachery, cruised to an impressive group one win at South Australiaʼs Allwood last month.

Several locals reaped the rewards of a $100,000 group one win in South Australia last month, now holding between them a prestigious Allwood title.

Familiar Maryborough names Craig, Peter and Bruce Cameron, Frank Crameri and Dennis and Raymond Allen all revelled in the syndicate win mid last month with their horse, Treachery taking out South Australia’s most prized two- year-old final.

Local Craig Cameron and his brother, Bruce bred Treachery and most of the local connections for the group were involved with her very successful mother.

Treachery claimed a 37-metre win in South Australia last month, showing off the strength of her dam as a product of former top mare Lovelist, who was retired with 18 wins and seven placings from 40 career starts.

Craig said while Treachery’s genetics held her in good esteem, winning two from two with dominance among a tough field for the Allwood was somewhat of a surprise.

“She was an early foal and the first foal of Captaintreacherous, one of the new sires in Australia, so she has hit the ground running,” he said.

“We knew she was a fairly good horse, but she’d never raced prior to the heat and there were a lot of horses nominated for that race that are quite good themselves.

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