Gerald Ryan salutes in Premier's Cup Prelude

Gerald Ryan would have been wrapped with the return of Street Cry gelding HARPER'S CHOICE (pictured) who saluted first-up from a spell in the lucrative Premier's Cup Prelude at Rosehill on Saturday.

Tim Martin Racing didn't miss out in Sydney either when Tim Clark got the best out of MAPMAKER - the 7yo's seventh career win.

Doomben was a happy hunting ground for clients starting with Gollan Racing trained SHESEES EVERYTHING for favourite backers. It was the first of two wins when COURTZA KING snuck home later in the day. Dan Bougoure Racing was hot on their heels stopping a treble after MITTERE provided a massive upset over EF TROOP - his maiden win! MEET MR TAYLOR kept a perfect record in tact when making it three starts from as many starts for Kelly Schweida Racing. Matthew McGillivray's front-running tactics paid dividends after GLITRA bolting in for Hulbert Racing leading from start to finish. We love it when syndicators and trainers team-up which is what happened when clients Steve O'Dea and Proven Thoroughbreds won with FRANCISCA and apprentice Jackson Murphy.

Lindsey Smith Racing Stables continued their run of form after STRIP THE MOON, a 6yo having just his third start broke out of maiden grade on Saturday at Belmont. Later on, PRIZE CATCH made it a double and for our good friends Belhus Racing Stables. The roughies continued after SNOWCHINO and David Harrison made it back-to-back wins. RED ARMY was certainly on the march at odds of $1.30 for Williams Racing while TURBO POWER showed just that for Parnham Racing Stables breaking a run of seconds.

ALL ABOUT NICCI is making herself at home at Morphettville, albeit a long way from Bendigo, after Kym Hann Racing went back-to-back. ARTIE DEE TWO proved a class above his rivals starting a big weekend for Roll The Dice Racing while the locals also scored after TEMPS VOLEUR was way too tough for rivals leading from start to finish. BALWARRA GOLD was also back in form for Emily Finnegan for G & N Searle Racing.

Saturday also saw Tiley Racing Stables with a double in New Zealand while Sean Tarry Racing and Glen Kotzen Racing Stables were on the board in Macau.

Friday's ACT meet was a good one for Matthew Dale, Keith Dryden & Scott Collings plus Joseph Jones Racing.

To round out the weekend, Adam Trinder and Alana Fulton prepared winners in Tasmania while Lee Freedman and Dan Meagher Racing did the same in Singapore.