What a weekend for our friends at Roll The Dice racing who had a city state double on Saturday! TWITCHY FRANK made the trip over from Tasmania with All Star Mile trainer Adam Trinder to win the rich VOBIS Gold Distaff while it was another MiStable client in Mitch Freedman who put the polish on ARTIE DEE TWO to win in Adelaide.


The success wasnt the last over the weekend for Trinder who also trained KATHONIOUS and GLIFI NIFIN ARKIS to victory in Tasmania on Sunday.


Snowden Racing had a red letter day at Hawkesbury starting when CREATOR who his first race,  a valuable colt by Redoutes Choice. The success continued when MILITARY ZONE took out the $200,000 Hawkesbury Guineas under James McDonald and soon after the pair were at it again when SIGNORE FOX was too good for favourite backers in the last. Proven Thoroughbreds also continued their winning run after TAMARACK went home best under Jay Ford at the massive odds of $41 to the cheers of his big syndicate.


Wylie Dalziel Racing made VOBIS Gold Day their own at Caulfield after success with OCEAN DEEP and the winning machine MR QUICKIE both prevailing at The Heath. HALVORSEN picked up more Vobis money with a strong win in the VOBIS Gold Dash for the team at Griffiths Racing while TARWIN, a son of Americain, won his third race in four starts with the Vobis Sires in his keeping winning from a long way back.


Darby Racing scored a double when both IRITHEA and JAGGED EDGE came in first, while Danny Williams Racing claimed a win with MAJOR DANGER. Patrick Payne had a thrilling win when WIDGEE TURF was first past the post and ICONOCLASM took a win for Danny OBrien Racing and CRAFTY SPIRIT achieved a classic win for Danny Bougoure.


Queensland racing at Eagle Farm was a happy hunting ground for Steve ODea when he teamed up with Michael Cahill to win with honest gelding PRESSWAY with a storming win from back in the field while Lees Racing took home the feature $140,000 Gunsynd Classic with the odds-on favourite and crowd favourite GEM SONG.


Congratulations to all our overseas winning trainers; Lee Freedman and Dan Meagher in Singapore, Fraser J Auret and G and G Richardson and Parker in New Zealand, Brett Crawford, Sean Tarry, Mike De Kock and Glen Kotzen in South Africa. 


A great weekend rolls on this week, highlighted by the Warrnambool Carnival. Best of luck to all.