GALAXY STAR claims the Group 3 Belmont Sprint in a heart-stopping win for Grant and Alana Williams

The success meter was running high on Saturday as Grant and Alana Williams scored a magnificent heart-stopping Group 3 Belmont Sprint win with GALAXY STAR while not to be overlooked LEADING GIRL also claimed a win. MISS TYCOON made great strides to the finish line for Parnham Racing to take the win.

Success was spread far and wide across the country side and with Group 1 action in Queensland, Kelly Schweida was to the fore to the cheer of favourite punters when MEET MR TAYLOR made it seven wins from nine starts leading from barrier to box!

It was Morphettville however where our clients had the most dominance, starting when Ryan Balfour saddled up LOSTARC, sired by South Australian champion Rebel Raider, for a strong win over the 2400 metres while BEYOND THANKFUL claimed a spectacular win for Eric Musgrove.

WAGING WAR continued to be a terrific money spinner for Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas connections, the seventh win of his career and also by Rebel Raider! Michael Hickmott went home happy after the running of the last race, when GOING GAGA brought his Flemington form to Adelaide for a strong win.

Snowden Racing went home happy from Rosehill after Tommy Berry sported the Redzel silks to score aboard REELEM IN RUBY who is having a terrific preparation with two wins and two seconds, both of which have been by a nose.

Dwayne Dunn had an absolute day out at Caulfield and the second of his four winners was for our loyal clients Laming Racing who prepared DOGMATIC to a comfortable maiden metropolitan win, it appears to be the first of many.

Gollan Racing scored an amazing win with PIZONIE while Helen Page claimed a win with VAINITY and Kris Lees Racing took a win with GRAND BOUQUET.

The winners didnt stop after Saturday when Tasmanian young gun Scott Brunton put the polish on GYMPINS for our friends at Hancox Racing to score well at start three.

Well done to all our overseas winning trainers; Dan Meagher, Lee Freedman and Stephen Gray in Singapore, Glen Kotzen, Sean Tarry and Mike De Kock in South Africa.

Congratulations to all who led back a winner over the weekend, long may it continue.