With all the focus on the racing in the west, local boys Pearce Racing would have been delighted to be in the winners circle with FATHER KNICK winning a $100,000 race. Gangemi Racing were also to the fore on the big Group 1 day after RISING SEA led from start to finish with Jarrad Noske aboard, while David Harrison trained JERICHO MISSILE scored on debut in the 2 year old event.


Days however don't get much bigger than that for 
Gollan Racing at Doomben who had a massive four winners - Brad Stewart aboard three and Jim Byrne on one. UNLIKELY STORY got the day off to a flyer for favourite punters while it wasn't until Race 6 when he struck again. ZOUSTYLE made it look very easy while OUTBACK BARBIE, also odds-on, returned fresh with a win. I'™M A RIPPA got his eighth career win and topped a big afternoon.


A great day at The Valley for clients and we love them when they team up, which is what happened when Grand Syndicates and David Jolly Racing came together with smart type BEHEMOTH an easy winner. Things were just as exciting when Jason Warren Racing continued a great winning run after BROOKLYN HUSTLE sizzled on debut to score in stylish fashion. FILL THE FLUTE kept her winning record intact making it four straight wins for the Emsley Lodge & Jamie Edwards team while Oaks winning trainers Ellerton Zahra Racing saddled up EXCELTARA who came from last to win the final race.


South Australian clients enjoyed success starting when Seyers Racing prepared FELICIA to an impressive debut win. The Roll The Dice team had more fun when OBERLAND made easy work of his rivals while Ryan Balfour Racing put the polish on KENYAN WONDER to a deserving maiden win. Mark Minervini would have also walked away happy after MUSICAL QUERY made it two on the bounce.


Well done also to Gary Clarke on the victories of race favourites THE CAPTAIN and DIVINE RED bringing up a race-to-race double both ridden by Brendon Davis - and a miStable newcomer Tash Burleigh for her win in Canberra on Friday with LUCKY PROSPECTOR.


A big day of racing at Turffontein on Saturday and it was South African trainer, Sean Tarry who shone scoring 6 wins for the day. TILBURY FORT claimed his biggest career win when taking out the G1 Summer Cup, as did stablemate AFRICA RISING in the G2 event. Mike de Kock had success with NAFAAYES, and SCHIPPERS got the job done for the Geoffrey Woodruff Racing Stables.


To Cape Town and Adam Marcus was on the board early with GYRE. SPRING BURST picked up her first win for Glen Kotzen, while Brett Crawford scored a double with SENATLA and PRINCESS IRENE.


Congratulations also to Graham Richardson and Gavin Parker for their success across the Tasman with SUSPENSE at Ellerslie, SKYPHYTA from the Fraser Auret stables, and Lee Freedman for his weekend double in Singapore.


Congratulations to all our clients who found the winner's circle last weekend.