Dusty Tycoon to return to silent reception

Dusty Tycoon to return to silent reception
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Dusty Tycoon to return to silent reception Talented two-year-old Dusty Tycoon will make her return at Doomben without her usual cheer squad.

But with crowd-free racing because of the coronavirus pandemic protocols, Dusty Tycoon will return to an eerie silence if she can record her third win on Saturday.

She will be having her first start since being unplaced in the Magic Millions Classic in January.

She will still face a a field of smart youngsters in the Darryl Gollan Tribute Handicap (1200m) named for the trainer who died last week.

Heathcote has booked claiming apprentice Adin Thompson for Dusty Tycoon which will reduce her weight to 57kg.

“Adin rode her when she won a recent trial easily enough,” Heathcote said.

“It is a strong field so every little bit helps. She is a front-running type and an easy ride so I have no qualms putting on an apprentice.”

Minjee stormed home from last to win at Doomben two weeks ago but has drawn poorly in 10.

“I have been lucky enough to have some good two-year-olds this season and there is not much between them,” Heathcote said.Dusty Tycoon to return to silent reception

“It is a strong field so every little bit helps. She is a front-running type and an easy ride so I have no qualms putting on an apprentice.”

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