No path set for Merimbula Cup winner Serb Candy

HORSE RACING

Mick Miladinovic

Mick Miladinovic

Mick Miladinovic's Merimbula Cup winner Serb Candy won't be set on a country cups trail despite nabbing the feature on Sunday.

Canberra-based Miladinovic had great success breeding from the mare Sacred Halo and Serb Candy waded through the wet conditions at the Sapphire Coast to salute in a head-bobbing finish from another Canberra galloper in Roman Alliance. Kerri Kulic's Roccozar completed a trifecta for the nation's capital.

But it's Miladinovic's Serb Candy which carries most interest going forward.

He hasn't mapped out an ambitious schedule for the mare yet.

"You've always got to watch weight she gets because she's not a big filly," he said.

"She's most probably got two or three runs this prep and then we'll give her a little let-up. You can't plan too much because you've got to watch what the calendar is offering.

"I'll just see how things pan out," he said. "If I don't go [to Wellington next start] I'll have a look at the calendar and see what's available."

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