PLANS continue to remain uncertain with promising mare Power Surge even after her victory at Tabcorp Park Menangle last night.
Racing in sensational form, Power Surge registered her sixth win from her last nine starts, having also finished among the placings during the other three outings.
Despite Power Surge’s seemingly effortless transition through the grades, trainer Mark Callaghan has no major plans in mind for the five-year-old.
“She’s a nice mare in pretty descent form and has done a good job since we got her from New Zealand,” Callaghan said.
“I’m very happy with her run last night but I haven’t got any real plans for her.
“I’ll just see how she pulls up over the next few days and go from there.
“I will probably give her a break sooner than later but I have to chat to the owners about that.”
With premier reinsman Todd McCarthy holding the reins, Power Surge led throughout from the pole to complete a five-metre win from Annie Matilda, with Pay Me Overs a head away third.
Covering the mile in 1:52.9 the daughter of Changeover stretched her record to 10 wins and six placings from 26 starts.
“I was very confident with her, but she still had to step up to Saturday night grade,” Callaghan said. “She is only lightly-raced and is building a nice record.
“If she can keep improving I will consider some of the better mares’ races later in the season.”