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Past the Post - Railways Footy Club Race Day

The Railways Football Club Race Day took place on Sunday where a seven event card took place.

The feature race of the day was the Railways Football Club Kalgoorlie Handicap taken out by Prohurst Express who continued on his winning way.

The Peter Fernie trained gelding settled worse than midfield over the 1400m prior to Lucy Warwick releasing the brakes and overcoming the field.

The galloper has now won four of his past five starts at the KBRC.

The open class middle distance horses went over the 1760m in the Raillways '66 &'06 Premiership Reunion Handicap.

Eleven year old Zuboyne made it two wins this preparation when saluting in the field of five.

Leading apprentice Sarah Bonner settled the galloper third and proved too strong for Anywhere Express and hotpot Adricat who couldn't make up the deficit.

The Raw Btq Handicap gave apprentice Fiona Bell the first leg of a winning double when saluting on Longschamp.

The Gary Bowen galloper, who possesses early speed sat behind pacemaker and stablemate Mu Mu Land before going on the with the job beating the fast finishing Gold Club.

Racegoers were treated to a very strong victory when Dark Royalty took out the City Building Supplies Handicap over the 1400m.

The galloper took off from last at the 600m and approached the straight five wide, subsequently going on and winning by two and three quarter lengths.

The Kalgoorlie Chiropractic Handicap over 1760m was taken out by Sir Dandy by a narrow margin.

The Brett Mathews trained galloper dropped out shortly after the start prior to producing the fastest sectional in the race defeating Yaloginda by a short half head.

The DJs Fixed Plant Maintenance Solutions Maiden over 1200m saw Cleve's Watching break maiden status at start nine.

The former Harrison galloper was sent to the Goldfields after failing to mix it with stronger company in the metropolitan district.

Revving To Win and Scandavista filled the minor placings with the margins a half length and three quarters respectively.

The Ian Dunstan Smartline Personal Advisors Handicap saw a very promising Halusa win on returning to the track after a year layoff.

The Ash Grace trained galloper led throughout kicking away at the top of the straight.

It was a steer job for apprentice Mollie Clark with the galloper winning by four and a quarter lengths.


Fiona Bell with a double on the card.

The Coolgardie Racing Club will host their first meeting next Sunday.