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Avoca review
- Hells Son broke through for the second win of his career under a ripping ride from apprentice Brittany Button at Avoca on Saturday. Button and the three-year-old gelding found cover mid-field before swooping on the turn to take out race eight’s 0-58 handicap (1300m) in a close finish.
- Chairman’s Choice ran well in race six’s benchmark 64 to finish second but was five lengths behind the convincing winner in Sutadamu.

Weekend ahead

Holbrook (Saturday)
- ADR will head to Holbrook’s cup meeting tomorrow (Saturday) with four runners accepted along with four emergencies.
- In the Holbrook Cup (1400m) Chairman’s Choice and Confessed both go in as live chances. Chairman’s Choice has started his prep in fine fashion with a win and second place finish from his two starts, while after a fifth-place finish in the Tocumwal Cup first-up, Confessed heads with a strong second up record having won twice and placed once from five starts.
Albury (Monday)
- Shooting For Stars and Sheila will go to Albury on Monday, both featuring in race four’s benchmark 66 (1000m). Shooting For Stars will be gunning for his third win since joining the stable four starts ago and looks a solid chance having won at Albury in his second start back. Both horses have drawn wide gates (10 for Shooting For Stars, nine for Sheila).

PHOTO: Chairman's Choice will run at Holbrook tomorrow.

Future plans

Seymour (Friday, April 19)

- Seymour’s meeting on Friday will likely see last start winners Eamonn’s Memory and Hells Son looking for back-to-back wins.
Leeton (Saturday, April 20)

- ADR may look to target Leeton Cup day.
Wagga (Sunday, April 21)
- Mojo Music may look to gain entry into the coveted Wagga Town Plate through the prelude race on Sunday.

All Too Hard x Desert Realm

- There are still shares available in our All Too Hard x Desert Realm (NZ) filly. See the link below for all information. Contact andrew@andrewdaleracing.com if you have any questions.

Jump outs

- ADR will get a look at the development of two-year-olds Majestic Ines (Flying Artie x Nishka) and Jingu Express (Magna Grecia x Hamiko) when they jump out at Wangaratta on Tuesday.

Vale Brendon Windsor
- ADR passes its condolences to family and friends of Brendon Windsor who unexpectedly passed away last weekend. Brendon was a great owner of ADR and will be missed. A good man who loved his horses.


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