Highway Boss splashes to victory in the S.W. Randall Plate Handicap

Son of Street Boss pulls away in the stretch to win easily

Highway Boss took the lead at the top of the stretch and pulled away to win the S.W. Randall Plate Handicap by seven lengths at Hastings Racecourse Sept. 9.

Settled in third through the early stages of the nine-furlong contest, the gelded son of Street Boss began to close on the far turn, sweeping past rivals and hitting the front at the top of the homestretch. He then pulled away for a convincing victory.

Bred in Kentucky by Ernest C. Frohboese, Highway Boss is out of Sage Mist, an unraced daughter of Henny Hughes. Highway Boss is a half-brother to multiple Stakes winner and Graded Stakes-placed Master Plan (by Twirling Candy). He hails from the immediate family of Electronic Unicorn (Horse of the Year in Hong Kong), Ambitious Cat (Champion grass mare in Canada) and Blushing K.D. (G1 Kentucky Oaks).

In addition to Highway Boss, Street Boss is the sire of 2017 Stakes winners Rapper Dragon, winner of the Hong Kong Derby (a local G1) and the G2 Chairman's Trophy; Hence, winner of the G3 Iowa Derby and G3 Sunland Derby; Street Surrender, winner of the Southern Truce Stakes; Long Hot Summer, winner of the Daisycutter Handicap; and Big Handsome, winner of the Paradise Creek Stakes.

Street Boss will stand the upcoming breeding season at Northwood Park at a fee of $33,000 (inc. GST).