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Surf's Up At Brooklyn Following Picnics Victory

By Mark Brassel

In-form filly Brooklyn Beach has entered calculations for the NSW Picnic Champion Series Final with another strong display at Talmoi picnic races run at Garah Racecourse over the weekend.

Brooklyn Beach (Ashley Boyd) prior to her Moree win. Image by Bradley Photographers

Brooklyn Beach (Brent Evans, $3.50) won the Southport School-Col Goldman Memorial Class 1 (1200m) by half a length from favourite Master Cramsie (Ashley Boyd, $1.90) and Bold Crossing (Nicholas Perrett, $10).

A daughter of Reset, the three-year-old has won two of her past three starts, scoring at Moree on May 25 before finishing third to Only Choice at Mallawa on June 8.

The filly picked up five points in the NSW Picnic Champion Series and now sits on 12 points, with Tearful Kitty maintaining the lead on the points table with 37 points.

Southern Gamble (34pts) is in second spot with Oh What a Thief (29), Senoritaville (25) and Cryfowl & Getting Ready (both on 24) next.

Only Choice also landed points (10) at Talmoi when he took out the B&W Rural-WC & R Hunter Memorial Talmoi Picnic Cup (1400m).

Starting at $2.50 and with Brent Evans aboard, the gelding defeated the $1.70 favourite (Steven Kehoe) by just over a length with Happens Nomore (Alan Barton, $8) a couple of lengths away third.

Duck Creek Picnic Race Club hosts the next NSW picnic meeting at Nyngan on Saturday, 6th July 2019.

For all the latest info (including Points Table & Honour Roll) on the Series click here - 2019 NSW Picnic Champion Series

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