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Due to the rail being out +9m entire at Newcastle on Saturday, 21st October 2017 the Maiden Plate over 2300m will now be held over 2350m.
Grafton races will proceed today following a track inspection this morning.
Courtney Van Der Werf has scored a come-from-behind win to take out heat 2 of the Rising Star Series at Orange today.
He came so close to winning the inaugural Everest and for slot holder Max Whitby it’s made him even more determined to pick the right horse for the 2018 edition.
There are 19 strong nominations, mostly from provincial stables, that have been received for the $30,000 Bakewell Haulage Krambach Cup (1614m) at Bushland Drive Racecourse, Taree, this Friday.
Horse trainer Scott Singleton has reported that his stablehand Kaitlyn Gallagher was taken to hospital and treated after being kicked in the tie-up stalls at Orange today.
The heavy track at Grafton on Tuesday holds no fears for Armidale trainer Paul Grills who is confident his in-form galloper Melted Moments will be hard to beat in the final race on the eight-race program.
Please note ZAFINA won Race 6 (Fillies & Mares Class 2, 1425m) at Moruya on Sunday (15th October) but has not incurred a penalty and will remain on 54.5kg in Race 2 (McGrath Estate Agents Handicap, 1550m) at Canterbury Park on Wednesday (18th October).
Cessnock, Kembla Grange and Gulargambone ... Hawkesbury’s weekend winners came from far and wide. Trainer Terry Croft got in first when successful at the Jungle Juice Cup meeting at Cessnock on Friday, scoring with Colonial Reign.
Kerrin McEvoy knew Sydney had backed a winner hours before he became the toast of Randwick by winning the inaugural running of The Everest on Redzel.