Jockey’s calculated ride earns a well overdue toast for Platinum Bordeaux at Awapuni
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10 out of 10 drive on Captain Nemo earns Mark title of Dux of the class, 60 years and all
Tommy Lincoln in terrific form but he’s at the mercy of the pole runner on Saturday night
Mark takes a turn in the sulky behind luckless Captain Nemo at Albion Park tonight
Not hard to see Arden’s Horizon doing best of the newbies at Auckland on Friday night
Rollercoaster ride comes to an end for little warrior Make Way, a favourite with everyone
The road to the cup: 1800 metres too short but Lincoln King will be running on
Tommy has the Will but second row draw on Saturday night makes it tougher
Big ask for Platinum Machine in Gold Trail at Hastings but 25mm deluge today will help
Captain Nemo rigged for silent running at Albion Park on Friday
Mark: Tommy should be right in the thick of things again on Saturday night
Crystal clear - best mate Lincoln King’s just a safe conveyance for rookie’s debut on Saturday
Smile for the birdie - no gimee but top golfers’ gift horses to the fore in Brisbane tonight
Our latest winners
- Neville McAlister and John and Lynne Street for Platinum Bordeaux’s win at Awapuni.
- Gareth Paddison, the Green Machine Syndicate, Grant Dickey, Peter Dougherty, John and Lynne Street and Ian Middleton for Captain Nemo’s win at Albion Park.
- Shannon and Brenda Flay, Ian, Kathy and Daniel Parkinson, Debbie Sparks, Ray Menzies, Denis Ebert, Ian Middleton and John and Lynne Street for Tommy Lincoln’s fifth win at Albion Park.
- Trevor Casey, Matt Hooper, Gordon Banks and Marc Hanover, Ian Kedzlie, Chissos & Wack Syndicate, Green Machine Racing Syndicate, Grant Dickey and John and Lynne Street for Sugar Apple’s win at Cambridge.
- Bev Glass, Kevin and Glenis Street and John and Lynne Street for Brian Christopher’s fourth win at Redcliffe.
- Shannon and Brenda Flay, Ian, Kathy and Daniel Parkinson, Debbie Sparks, Ray Menzies, Denis Ebert, Ian Middleton and John and Lynne Street for Tommy Lincoln’s fourth win at Albion Park.
- Ryan Fox, Denis Ebert, Steve MacDonald, Chris Prutton, Wayne Seebeck and John and Lynne Street for Franco Nandor’s win at Redcliffe.
- John and Lynne Street, Pat Gubb, Bob Best, Merle Gradwell, Lance Myocevich, Steve Beckett, Kevin Bell, the Joeraeme syndicate, Margaret Rabbitt and the Athenry syndicate for Bondi Shake’s second win at Redcliffe.
Our runners this week
Friday night at Albion Park
Friday night at Auckland
Louie LeBeau, Pasquale, Argyle, Bet On The Tiger, Next To Me, Nirvana Franco, Arden’s Horizon.
Saturday at Awapuni
Saturday night at Albion Park