Trainer Annabel Neasham has an affinity with major wins in Queensland, which extended to Bois D’argent repelling New Endeavour in a driving finish to the Group 1 Doomben Cup.

Boid D'argent is a Group 1 winner
Bois D'argent added his name to the Group 1 honour roll in the Doomben Cup (Photo by Jeremy Ng/Getty Images)

Ridden aggressively by Blake Shinn, the seven-year-old held on after leading at the final turn, getting his nose down just in time. 

Twice previously a winner at Listed level, Bois D’argent became Group 1 winner number six for Toronado with his narrow victory. 

Scarlet Oak affirmed her position as one of the key hopes for the Group 1 Queensland Oaks, winning The Roses at Group 2 level in her fourth career start. 

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