Past the Post - Pink Race Day - 29th May 2016
The Pink Race Day took place on Sunday where race goers enjoyed a day in the marquee raising money for Breast Cancer Care and Research.
Big fields were prevalent throughout the day with the feature race the Professional Fyson & Associates 2016 Pink Cup.
The event was taken out by the Neil Dellar trained Prager who lead from barrier to post.
The Bletchley Park gelding ran the field of ten off their feet saluting by a neck defeating Oosterman and Crown Saga who filled the minor placings.
The victory was the fifth win for the seven year old who was ridden by Mollie Clark.
The Joan Percy Memorial Handicap was taken out by the Dan Morton trained Wichita Linesman.
Jordan Turner was in the saddle for the three year olds second career win.
The Danehill Express gelding has now won two races from five starts.
Wichita Linesman hit the line strongly holding off Yeah Yeah Yeah and For The Fallen who were second and third respectively.
Top weight Hellyer enjoyed a drop in class when taking out the helloworld Cruise & Travel Kalgoorlie Handicap over 1200m.
The Exceed And Excel gelding has struggled to place in open company this preparation, with Bermingham Jnr electing to drop back to a benchmark 59 race.
The decision proved a good one with the four year old settling off pace and proving too strong in the run home.
Sarah Bonner's three kilogram claim allowed the chestnut to take to the track with 56.5kg.
The Rydges Kalgoorlie Resort & Spa Handicap was the last on the card with the inform Tahgeo Jay bringing up a double for Peter Fernie.
The Vital Equine gelding has now won four from sixteen with all victories at the KBRC.
The chestnut proved too strong for last start maiden winner Stanton Abbey who stuck on strong after sitting on speed.
The Noble - the society Handicap was taken out by Attamor who continues on his winning way in the Goldfields.
Dave Smith has got the best out of this galloper since arriving in Kalgoorlie last month with the galloper saluting at its past two starts.
Neometals Rider of the Day Lucy Warwick was aboard the Trade Fair five year old for his win on Sunday.
Mince Pie gave favourite punters the start they were looking for when taking out the Professional Fysons & Associates Maiden.
The filly delivered on leading owner Andrew Inglis' expectations regarding the filly's capability.
The victory came at her second start after finishing second at her debut.
Punters copped a blow in the Tentland Tickets Now Available Maiden where The Black Watch saluted at cricket score odds.
The Kallie Monaghan trained galloper hit the line first in a flood of gallopers making ground.
Shelby Bowtell was aboard for the victory which came at the gelding's fifteenth start.
Attention turns to the Northern Goldfields next weekend with the double-header race weekend taking place at Leonora.
The meeting coincides with the $10,000 Golden Gift running race.