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Past the Post - Sunday Race Day - 21st August 2016

The Goldfields Tattersall's Club Cup Meeting took place on Sunday with sensational conditions trackside.

The Liquor City Maiden was the first even on the card where Paddy Bermingham Jnr prepared All Addrift to break maiden status at start fifteen.

Talented apprentice Sarah Bonner produced a well rated ride in front finding enough to hold off Revving To Win who hit the line well.

The second on the card was the Ashok Parekh & Co Handicap where former eastern stater Moment Of Pride rewarded connections at his fourth start at the KBRC.

The five year old by Choisir was settled midfield by Glenn Smith before hitting the line strong to take out the 1300 race.

Modern Touch and For The Fallen crossed the line together to fill the minor places.

Flashy chestnut Gloryland took out this year's Palace Hotel - The Goldrush in brilliant style when settling behind Pacemake Lord Hatras.

The Nev Parnham trained galloper, ridden by son Steven took the lead at the top of the straight and extended away to win by two and a quarter lengths.

Gloryland now gains a guaranteed start for the Cup features over the Rouc=nd.

Peter Fernie and Lucy Warwick combined in the Frank Turich Memorial with Victoria Peak who got a late split going on the defeat stablemate Inject The Venom.

The son of Showcasing had been the victim of bad luck in his most recent starts but got the split at the right time.

Rikki Tikki Tavi took out the GEC - Glenn Broad Memorial over 1100m making it a double for Steven Parnham.

The Fernire trained galloper settled towards the rear of the field before going on to defeat Washington Square and Prager.

This year's version of the Goldfield's Tattersalls Club Cup was a race of tactics with Get Round It and Kronfeld callping the speed on early.

The remaining four horses were suited by the speed with Black Moment running on under the riding of Jordan Turner.

The nine year old defeated stablemate Small And Spicy and Kronfeld who stuck on strongly in the field of six.

The last on the card was the Challenge Drilling Handicap where top weight Grand Reward continued on his winning way making it four wins from five starts at the KBRC.

The Grljusich trained galloper was slotted into a handy position by Jo Azzopardi, hit the lead and subsequently responded to win after being headed.


Glenn Smith once again takes the award with a double and a handful of places.

Racing continues next week for the Goldfields Toyota Race Day.