Past the Post - KBCCI Race Day - 22nd May 2016
Master Winks and Jingtang produced sensational performances at the KBRC on Sunday with both running away with dominant victories.
The George Grljusich trained Master Winks annihilated his rivals in the Acorn Human Resources Handicap over 1100m when running away to win by five lengths.
The son of Oratorio lumped 59.5kg to victory with Clint Johnston-Porter settling the gelding midfield before improving his position before the top of the straight and running away with the victory.
The four year old has won his last two races now and has an impressive record at the track of two wins and second from three starts.
Jingtang was dominant also when taking out the SRW Sheds Handicap defeating his nearest rival Greystat by three and a quarter lengths.
The Fernie trained galloper justified his odds of $2.20 when sitting behind the leading division and exploding clear in the straight.
Jingtang possesses a similar record at the KBRC to that of Master Winks with two wins and a placing from three attempts at the circuit.
Gary Bowen and Kate Fitzgerald upset many Quaddie punters with Arsenal Power in the Desert Concrete Handicap.
The Lonhro six year old brought up his fourth career victory when defeating Roadsinger and Star Glitter after sitting just behind the speed prior to the straight.
Daradale returned to the winners stall when taking out the Kalgoorlie Boulder Chamber of Commerce Handicap.
Lisa Staples guided the son of Elvstroem to victory after settling the five year old at the tail going on to produce the fastest section and defeating Thidwick The Moose.
The galloper has now won five races at the KBRC.
The Apprenticeship Support Australia Handicap over the mile saw Saturday Skies bring up his first victory this preparation.
The son of Any Given Saturday was rated perfectly by Natasha Faithfull in the run when the six year old led throughout.
The Jo Forrest trained runner was previously proved over a middle distance with the gelding winning over 1800m earlier in his career.
Stanton Abbey was sent out hot favourite in The Nationals Maiden and did not let punters down.
Lucy Warwick rode the Jason Miller trained galloper just behind the speed prior to producing him on the turn and running away with the victory.
Warwick also saluted in the Sheffields and Recreation Hotel Maiden aboard Nanga Parbat who had plenty of support in the market.
The victory continued the good form trainer David Smith has struck of late coming off a double last weekend.
Nanga Parbat broke maiden status at start six.
Racing continues next Sunday for the Pink Race Day fundraising money for Breast Cancer research and care in Western Australia.