“You’ve got to go for the red-hot jockey,” Begg said. Childs’ win on Begg’s two-year-old colt gave him the rare feat of winning five successive races. The jockey’s winning sequence started at Warrnambool on Thursday on Eagle Ridge. He then had three rides for three winners at Moonee Valley on Friday night, scoring on Fern, Tristano and I Boogi, which gave him his first city treble. His winning streak ended when he rode Urban Royal into third place in the fifth race at Sandown. Jordan Childs ket his winning run going with Written By in the opener at Sandown.Source:AAP The ride on Written By became available after Brad Rawiller was suspended on Friday night at Moonee Valley for eight meetings. Rawiller chose to start his suspension immediately so he can ride Black Heart Bart in next Saturday’s Kingston Town Classic (1800m) at Ascot. Childs was thrilled to receive a call at 8am from his manager to tell him he had picked up the ride on Written By. Begg wasn’t surprised by Written By’s victory. He said the horse had always shown above-average ability. Begg said Written By was nominated for the Blue Diamond Stakes and the Golden Slipper Stakes. He said Written By could run in the $500,000 Inglis Nursery (1000m) at Randwick on December 16. “It’s a conundrum whether to take him there or ease him up and get him ready for the autumn,” Begg said. Trainer Grahame Begg has big plans for Written By after his debut win at Sandown.Source:AAP Begg pointed out that he had planned to run Written By during the spring but he couldn’t as the colt had had barrier problems. “He’d shown above-average ability. He won his jumpout at Mornington but he didn’t gain his barrier certificate due to his barrier antics,” he said. As a result, Begg sent him to horsebreaker Shane Stockdale, who worked on the colt for a month. “He’s up to the autumn races,” Begg said. “He has a lot of natural ability. I believe only very good horses win their first starts.” Written By was bred and is raced by Begg’s father Neville, who is a member of the Australian Racing Hall Of Fame, as a trainer. Begg said his father was 86 and still liked to breed a couple of horses each year.