Two of MiStables longest clients Pat & Chris Hyland enjoyed long overdue success with BALLET MASTER at Caulfield on Saturday, who after five consecutive placings and winless since August 2017 delivered the goods thanks to Damien Oliver.


Also in the winners circle was Lindsey Smith Racing with SCALES OF JUSTICE taking out the Group 3 Bletchingly Stakes and claiming another victory with BEL MY PAGO. Webbstar Racing claimed a win with MISS IANO whilst Crook and Miller Racing scored well with TSHAHITSI.


Lees Racing had a good day out at Rosehill training a double and STELLA SEA SUN got him off to a flyer when Brenton Avdulla got the Redoutes Choice filly to go to five wins and four placings from nine starts. The next winner came with the Australian Bloodstock Syndicate when Irish import OUR CANDIDATE came from near last over 2400 metres to win. The win was one of two victories for Australian Bloodstock when Samantha Clenton sent LIGULATE home to score off a freshen.


The Pearce Brothers continue to get on a winning run in Perth and that continued on Saturday after ESSENTIAL SPICE pleased her odds-on supporters with the easiest of victories following a string of placings. The Bruce Watkins team are also enjoying a stellar run with FRED DAG who made it back-to-back wins under Jason Whitling while the Gangemi team sent punters home happy when THE FUGAZI strolled in the final event. Meanwhile, the weather and racing is heating up in Darwin and thats when Neil Dyer does his best work after the winning performance of JUNIOR BURGER in the final race.


Danny Bougoure Racing claimed first place with GINGER ROCK while Barry Lockwood Racing scored well with ADORADANCER and also claiming a win with TANGARA was Eric Musgrove Racing. 


Also across the weekend there was Friday racing in Canberra which saw the Snowden team dominate with two winners while Keith Dryden and the Joseph and Jones team was also on the board. Regular Tasmanian racing was on Sunday and the two big names in Brunton and Trinder both enjoyed success.


Congratulations also to our overseas winning trainers; James F Peters, Lee Freedman, Dan Meagher and Stephen Gray in Singapore, Brett Crawford, Sean Tarry, Glen Kotzen and Mike de Kock in South Africa. 


Image: Darryl Sherer - Racenet