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Past the Post - Magic Millions Race Day - 24th July 2016

Snitzalong claimed Neville Parnham's second victory in the Goldfields Magic Millions Classic on Sunday at the KBRC.

The $55,000 yearling returned big odds with the three year old coming off a maiden win at the KBRC.

Race favourites Patrimonio and It's Dynamite loomed large down the outside but Snitzalong kicked in a gutsy manner holding them at bay.

The Magic Millions Insurance Handicap saw Stanton Abbey bring up his second win this preparation.

Matthieu Autier, the new hoop on the scene seems to have a brilliant knack of rating on pace gallopers and getting the best out of them in the final stages.

The Frenchman brought up a double on Bache, who was having her first run for local trainer Merv Dellar.

The chestnut was also settled on speed by Autier, kicking at the top of the straight running away from Aresnal Power who finished second a length and a half away.

Grand Reward continues his good form in the Goldfields, now winning three from four at the KBRC.

Grljusich continues his good run of form at the KBRC, with Grand Reward making it nine winners to date at the KBRC.

Ash Grace's Halusa produced a scary win in the Jeep Handicap, annihilating his rivals by over five lengths.

The galloper possesses early speed, yet to be challenged for the front in all three runs at the track.

Based on his wins so far, he looks a big threat in September.

The Buy A MM Yearling 2017 Maiden produced the first win of the season for Esperance trainer Helen Harding.

Adrian Makfi was ridden like the best horse in the race when circling the entire field and going on to defeat War Goid by three quarters of a length.

Jo Forrest trained the winner of the Magic Millions WA Maiden when Antalya proved too strong.

The grey mare settled closer in running and hit the line strong defeating All Adrift by a narrow margin.


The Frenchman Matthieu Autier took the chocolates with a double.

Racing continues Sunday for the St John Ambulance Race Day.