Ulmann finished runner-up to subsequent Group I winner Bon Aurum last time out and Weir said he will look at better races with the son of Sebring.
“I’m really happy with the way he went today so we’ll probably look at aiming a bit higher with him now,” Weir said.
“The Crystal Mile at Moonee Valley on Cox Plate day looks a nice race for him. It’s a Group Two and provided everything is alright with him then I think that’s where we’ll head.”
A $280,000 Inglis Easter yearling sale purchase for Moody Racing from the Kia-Ora Stud draft, Ulmann is a three-quarter brother to Group 3 winner Mahisara (also bred by Kia-Ora) and is one of six winners from good producer Darsini, herself a grand-daughter of Group 1 winner Midnight Fever.
Footage of the race can be viewed via racing.com, by clicking here.
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