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Love was in the air at Canterbury last night on

Valentine's Day, but it was a different kind of

love for the connections of Pinvincible who kept

his unbeaten record in tact with his 3rd win

from as many starts.

The 4yo son of Pins was first up after 32 weeks

but that proved no problem for him, comfortaby

accounting for his fitter rivals.

Jockey Adam Hyeronimus produced a peach of a ride opting to stick to the inside rail upon straightening. The gap opened up and Pinvincible quickly pounced on the heavily backed Sir Elton dashing away from the field.

"He cruised up and was going to sh*t in really, but just that last 150m on the heavy found him out a little bit, but his ability got him home." Adam commented after the race.

"He'll improve a lot of that, very exciting. There's still a lot of improvement to come, hopefully he pulls up well and we'll go to a 7 furlong race and he'll win again." said Adam.

Trainer Tim Martin had Pinvincible cherry ripe for the first up assignment and even made a rare appearance on track.

"He's not a very sound horse and he appreciates the sting out of the ground. He's better over seven furlongs so we will just see how he pulls up and place him where the tracks are softer. He will definetly improve (off the run)" Tim commented.

Congratulations to all involved, he looks to have a very bright future ahead!

Owners: Import Racing (Mgr Mr D Mourad), Mr D Madden, Mr T V Rider, Mr D Wilden-Constantin, Mr J A McLauchlan, Mr B Scrimizzi, Mr J T Seaman, Mr M J Buffier, Mr P T Wadden, Mr W V Tracey, Mr M Tracey, Mr G J Hatten, Mr M Ward-Smith, Mr S J Goodridge, Mr W J Miller, Dr J Dinova, Mr V Wilden-Constantin, Ms L Mcgrath, Mrs J T Corkin

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