Month: April 2019

Australia’s best Maiden to break through at Wyong?

Gary Moore jokingly describes his stayer Dashing Special as the best maiden horse in Australia. And the Rosehill based trainer is hoping Thursday will be the day the gelding can break through for a well-deserved victory. And if he wins and wins impressively Moore hasn’t ruled out a trip to the Brisbane winter carnival with […]

Sam Clenton’s winning run at Wyong continues

Comeback jockey Sam Clenton continued her winning run taking out the TWIN LAKES AIR AND SOLAR BENCHMARK 64 HANDICAP over 1350m on High Rush. Clenton returned to the saddle just over a month ago after spending two and a half years recovering from spinal injuries, she suffered in a serious race fall. During that time, […]

Jim Jarvis trekking down from Coffs for Wyong races

Jim Jarvis has no qualms about the six-hour trip from Coffs Harbour to Wyong on Wednesday. The veteran trainer is very confident his two horses, Evopex and Guest can handle the step up to provincial class. Evopex, a northern Meteor gelding, gave Jarvis his first Sydney winner when he took out the Highway Handicap at […]

Wild About Her to step out at Wyong

Kylie Gavenlock is planning a step up to metropolitan class for her consistent mare Wild About Her who resumes at Wyong’s NBN Television Raceday on Thursday. The Big Brown four-year-old, bred and raced by John Singleton, put together three successive wins last preparation and Gavenlock is confident she can make the next step. “She was […]

Comeback queen Samantha Clenton wins Wyong Provincial Championship

An emotional win for Samantha Clenton who cemented her comeback after serious injury taking out the $150,000 POLYTRAK PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER on Turnberry. Clenton was the State’s leading apprentice when she was injured in a fall at Taree in October 2016 suffering serious spinal damage. Doctors told Clenton she was fortunate not to be in […]