Star Sprinter FELL SWOOP races to a win for Matthew Dale Racing

Randwick was the scene of big day for MiStable clients headlined by Matthew Dale who saddled-up a stable double.

The star of the show was fan favourite FELL SWOOP who was back to winning ways in the Razor Sharp Sprint. Jay Ford would also ride SEI STELLA to Highway Handicap success. The winners didn't stop there also training a double in Canberra.


The other big winner from the day was Australian Bloodstock who had two winners and even better - both trained by clients of ours! Back-to-back wins came when Lees Racing trained $71 pop STAR REFLECTION to victory while Kym Waugh continued the winning form of ex-Lloyd Williams galloper OUR CENTURY.

Craig Walsh and the Domain Thoroughbreds team look to have a very smart galloper on their hands when DECLARES WAR came from an impossible score to win three straight races, this time at Flemington.

Mick Price Racing also had luck when punters got it right with MASCULINO getting the job done. CHAMOIS ROAD was back on the winners list for Patrick Payne with a tough win down the straight while Ellerton & Zahra and Damien Thornton teamed up in the Oaks winning silks - this time with SMART COUPE.

An overdue win after a string of placings came the way of AAGAS and Ryan Balfour in the opener at Gawler. A thrilling finish saw ALASKAN JADE also score for Darren Magro under Jason Holder. 

Esprit Racing got on the board early but not to the cheer of favourite backers when I FEEL GOOD at odds of $71 scored in Race 1 at Doomben. Kelly Schweida also upset the trend when THE ODYSSEY was a strong winner over Sun City in the Phelan Ready Stakes. ZOUSTYLE finished with pride for Gollan Racing and VICTOREM for Jenny Graham.

BEETHOVEN finished strong to take a win for Morton Racing while SNOW LORD races to victory for Williams Racing. 

A shout out to the boys in the west, Pearce Racing who used the services of Damien Lane to good use when ANGELIC RULER saluted at Ascot. Meanwhile Gary Clarke found regular Northern Territory success when TACITURN took out the last while Joseph Jones Racing hit the board in Canberra with REIGN OVER ME a maiden no more.

A deserving mention to the South African winners Glen Kotzen with SNAPSCAN and PARADE MARCH, Brett Crawford with FRONT AND CENTRE and Mike De Kock with SOQRAT and GREENER PASTURES.

Photograph: Star Sprinter FELL SWOOP