Three year-old Fastnet Rock gelding Seventh Seal is hard to miss with his big white face.
The eye-catching individual notched up his second win from just three starts when scoring a dominant victory at Goulburn on Thursday.
Trained by Peter and Paul Snowden, Seventh Seal was sent out favourite despite having a wide gate and 60.5 kg to carry, but got the job done in style.
Bred by Raffles Dancers, Seventh Seal was a $250,000 Karaka purchase for the China Horse Club, Newgate Farm, Winstar partnership from Curraghmore’s 2018 draft.
Seventh Seal is a full brother to Group One winner First Seal who was in the news last week when her first foal, a colt by Snitzel, topped the Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale at $1.8 million.
Seventh Seal is the ninth winner from dual Group One winner Episode, who has done a great job at stud producing, in addition to First Seal, Group Two winner Book of Kells and the stakes-placed Best Command and Sacred Sword.
Though he is unlikely to emulate his dam, Seventh Seal looks like he will continue to improve with maturity and add further victories to his tally.