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Back-To-Back Final Wins On The Cards For Military Bay

By Mark Brassel

Military Bay - last year's winner of the NSW Picnic Champion Series Final at Dubbo - showed he is on course to defend his title with a slashing win at Tomingley picnics last weekend.

Military Bay and Ashley Boyd return following a Dubbo win. Image by Janian McMillan (Racing Photography)

The five-year-old was having his third run from a break when a near four-length winner of the Western Plains Security Class 3 Handicap (1150m) starting a short $1.50 favourite.

Ridden by regular rider Ashley Boyd who has won seven times on the gelding, Military Bay easily accounted for Rosesay (Leandro Ribeiro; $7) and Georgian Court (Anaelle Gangotena; $3.50).

Military Bay was having his third run back from a four-week let up and had no trouble carting the 69.5kg steadier.

The feature, the Alkane Resources Ltd Tomingley Picnic Cup (1500m), was taken out by the $2.10 favourite Keep Me Posted (Anaelle Gangotena).

The eight-year-old narrowly beat Nevada Sunrise (Michael T. Johnston, $7) and Narrow Neck Nelson (William Stanley, $4.80).

Drummed Out maintains his lead in the NSW Picnic Champion Series with 28 points ahead of Song One (21 points), with Malibu Stacy, On a Promise and Regina Margherita all on 20 points.

Picnic racing continues with Boorowa picnics this Saturday (1st May).

For all the latest info (including Points Table & Honour Roll) on the Series click here - 2021 NSW Picnic Champion Series

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