Stable party trick shows Atmospherical is more Houdini than Mr Ed

Atmospherical wins at Kembla Grange in December. Photo: Sylvia LiberMr Ed she’s not, but this is one pretty smart filly.

While Fairfax Media was on a photo shoot earlier this week, racehorse Atmospherical showed she has created a novel way of escaping the confines of stable life – by letting herself out of her box.

So well has she mastered the art, stable staff at Warwick Farm have been stunned to come across the filly in the middle of her party trick.

She pops her head over her stable door, picks up the latch with her teeth and drags it open, to the amazement of onlookers.

“We’ve seen her do it before so the latch is doubly locked when she’s in her box unattended, to stop her getting out,” trainer David Pfieffer said.

“But she’s showed she can rule the roost on the track and she also rules the roost at home too. She thinks she can let herself out whenever she wants. We have to keep an extra eye on her as she has a few tricks.”

And she can run fast too. The horse has already won a stakes race in Scone and her trainers are now looking at entering her in more feature races during the Melbourne Spring Carnival.

“Every time we raise the bar she keeps improving,” Pfieffer said.

We’re not sure if he was talking about her racetrack deeds or those at home.

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