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From the Barn

Week review
- ADR killed two birds with one stone when running at Penola on route to dropping Eamonn’s Memory off at Murray Bridge.
- Mescaminto made the trip well worth it as the six-year-old mare got a nice run in transit thanks to hoop Sairyn Fawke, saluting at $4.40.
- Four runners featured at Wangaratta last weekend with a number of positive results.
- Sheila ran a credible third, finishing 1.5L back in race four’s benchmark 58 (1100m), while Chairman’s Choice was just behind in fourth.
- Turnaquid finished fourth in race five’s benchmark 58 (1100m).

Morphettville task
- Eamonn’s Memory has been in scintillating form winning three of his past five starts which has seen his rating spike to 70, giving him the opportunity to run in race three’s Sportsbet Same Race Multi Handicap (1250m) from gate one.
- The newly acquired Copperfield will run in race four’s benchmark 64 (1400m). The six-year-old gelding was purchased for $11,000 on Inglis Digital and crosses from David Jolly’s stable.
- Rising Murray Bridge trainer Justin Pickering will look after the two gallopers until they return to Wangaratta around the end of the month. ADR is looking forward to building a strong relationship with the Pickering stable who is striking at a strong 22% win rate from their past 50 starts.

PHOTO: Mescaminto won at Penola.

- Three Musketeers and Kismul Trust trialled at Wangaratta on Monday.
- Three Musketeers, owned by stable supporter Stephen Spiteri, was impressive winning heat eight (900m), while Kismul Trust finished third in heat nine.
- Three Musketeers may now debut in a Super Vobis maiden at Wangaratta on June 20.

Upcoming meetings

- As mentioned, Narrandera’s meeting on June 15 will see Kismul Trust in action, while Miss Beautiful and recent winner Wagunda will also feature.
- Turnaquid and Mescaminto will run at Bendigo on June 15.

PHOTO: Brenlyn's Daisy has been sent to the paddock.


- Our Anders x Soleil Brulant colt and All Too Hard x Desert Realm (NZ) filly are into light training at their new home in Wangaratta.

Brigade returning

- A number of established horses will return ahead of a winter campaign.
- The likes of Crimosa, Kiss The Bride, Bellman, College Dropout, More Importance, Deploy and Destroy and Brenlyn’s Trooper will all return.
- In exciting news, the stable has secured the full brother of Brenlyn’s Trooper and Brenlyn's Daisy, a Redente x One for the Kids colt. More information will be available in the coming weeks.

Brenlyn's Daisy spelled

- Brenlyn's Daisy has been spelled after a successful preparation that saw her win two starts. The three-year-old filly pulled up sore after her last start win at Albury and the stable has decided to take a cautious approach with her.


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