Berkeley Square could be targeted at the G1 Caulfield Guineas and the G1 Victoria Derby in Melbourne after the exciting three-year-old by Territories won the Listed Exford Plate (1,400m) at Flemington on Saturday, 10 September.
A dual winner and a runner-up at his only previous starts, Berkeley Square came from well back in the field and overcame a chequered passage in the home straight to beat Fast Witness and Tijuana in a driving finish with jockey Craig Williams in the saddle.
Berkeley Square, out of the Australian mare Bahamas - who is the dam of 2021 Frank Packer Plate winner and current Hong Kong star Senor Toba - has now earned AU$283,150 for Ballarat trainer Dan O’Sullivan.
A G1 winner in France as a three-year-old, Territories has now sired six Black-Type winners - including the 2021 G1 Prix de l’Opera queen Rougir.
Another outstanding win for @DOSullivanRace’s Berkeley Square with the son of @DarleyEurope’s Territories coming from back in the field to win the Listed Exford Plate in style for @CWilliamsJockey. Congrats to breeder David Peacock on the win!@SAbreeders @DarleyAus @anz_news pic.twitter.com/VjWD0NFmQ5— Mill Park Stud (@millparkstud) September 10, 2022