Two juvenile trials were held at Hawkesbury on Monday with the first of the 2-year-old heats taken out by the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained colt Sole Heir.
Jumping well from the barriers, Sole Heir went straight to the front under Nash Rawiller. He drifted slightly in the straight before rallying well in the closing stages. The Gooree Park Stud-owned and bred son of Exceed And Excel scored by half a length from John Sargent's Spin That Wheel in a time of 47.60 for the 800 metres.
Sole Heir is out of Comical Smile making him a half-brother to the Twin Hills Stud-based sire Smart Missile as well as Emotional Outburst, Kiss From A Rose, Potent Force and Surge Ahead.
The next heat was taken out by Sole Heir's stablemate Camerlengo, a son of Vinery Stud's More Than Ready who is also a Gooree Park Stud homebred. He scored by a long neck in a time of 48.62. Camerlengo went straight to the front from the gates and stayed on to score with Peter and Paul Snowden's Snitzel filly Global Queen running on strongly having raced in second place throughout.
Camerlengo is a son of stakes winning Rock Of Gibraltar mare Gamble Me, who was also trained by Waterhouse and Bott.
Global Queen was sold by Highgrove Stud for $500,000 at this year's Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale to GPI Trust No.2, Andrew Williams Bloodstock and Makybe.