Fake Love Scratched from Millions
- 2YO Fake love has been scratched from the Magic Millions
- Maher & Eustace Racing released a statement on Friday morning
- She will be targeted towards the second half of the season
After winning the race last year with Away Game (pictured), the stable have had to scratch their main chance Fake Love (Getty)
Ciaron Maher and David Eustace trained two-year-old Filly Fake Love has been scratched from the Magic Millions 2YO Classic.
Having been vetted on Friday morning, the Filly was still sore on her near fore, so the stable had no choice but to scratch her from the $2M event.
Ciaron Maher Racing released a statement on Friday morning.
Having won the Debutant Stakes (1000m) at Caulfield, the Filly had been targeted towards Queensland, last start seen running second in the Calaway Girl Stakes, with corporates offering $21 about her in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic.
The stable will now let her recover before aiming at the Autumn riches in the coming months.