DAME GISELLE impresses again for Snowden Racing

Snowden Racing look to have a nice filly on their hands after DAME GISELLE won her second race from four starts on Saturday claiming the Group 2 Reisling Stakes in Sydney. It's some CV the filly is building with her other win coming in the $1 million Golden Gift and placing in her other two career starts. The stable also enjoyed success in the final event at Flemington when SANGRIA saluted in stakes company under Glen Boss.

Another filly with a great record is RUBISAKI who just keeps winning to the delight of Patrick Payne and Prime Thoroughbreds who enjoyed Group 2 success on Super Saturday with an impressive performance to come from near last to win the Kewney Stakes. Having won the Sires Produce Stakes 17 years ago, Terry & Karina O'Sullivan and Brett Prebble where back at it again, this time with Prebble's son Tom strapping when LUNAR FOX  scored at 26/1 in the Group 2 event after his Ballarat maiden win. A great preparation for the Bevan Laming trained PAINT THE TOWN TWO also continued with now three wins and a second for the campaign.

The long weekend is always a big week for Adelaide racing and the weekend started in great fashion in particular for Ryan Balfour after Jerru Chau had the most comfortable of wins on LOSTARC over 2400 metres while the win of COTILLION  a little more of a fight to the delight of trainer Michael Hickmott.

Boris Thornton got the best out of TUMBLER RIDGE for the Steven O'Dea stable at Eagle Farm when coming from off the speed second-up for the juvenile while Brad Stewart dictated from the front on his victory aboard the Darryl Hansen trained GO DEEP who has now won close to $100,000 in just eight starts.

Meanwhile later in the day at Ascot, after finishing second in Race 1 Steve Wolfe tasted success when RED CAN MAN got the job done at an odds-on price when ridden by Shaun McGruddy. 

All this followed on a massive day on Friday in Canberra where clients won six of the eight race including the Group 3 Black Opal Stakes in a quinella for the Snowden Racing team won by BARBARIC. John Thompson would claim the listed sprint with CUBA while Keith Dryden's stable star HANDLE THE TRUTH would return to the winners stall for the first time since his $1 million race win and SHORES OF AVALON would make it a double in the same silks.

It all started in the opener when Matthew Dale saddled up TERRA REIGN to victory, also having his second start for the trainer formerly from Perth. Joseph & Jones Racing enjoyed the maiden success of emergency ZELAGO who overcome a wide barrier draw.