The Damien Lane stable will supply two runners to Newcastle on Saturday, February 3, with unsettled conditions forecast racing on a good (4), with eight events to be run on the day.


5:29pm – Andor Info. Technology Hcp-C2 – Good(4) – 1200m – $30,000
Class 2, Handicap (Min HCP Wgt: 54.00) – (Apprentices Can Claim) – True position entire circuit

7. Kate’s Pearl

BARRIER: 3 AGE: 5yo SEX: m PRIZE: $58,165

WEIGHT: 54kg COLOUR: b WIN%: 8%

JOCKEY: S Lisnyy SIRE: Mutawaajid PLACE%: 27%

TRAINER: D Lane at Wyong DAM: Ceberano (NZ) (by Stravinsky (USA)) API: 2.2

COLOURS: Blue and white quarters, blue sleeves, red cap

OWNERS: Mrs M J McKie, J D McKie, C Ringuet, Mrs K Ringuet, P B Schofield, Mrs J L Schofield, P A Morrow, K H L Barder, H Charalambous, Mrs L Charalambous, C A Thompson, Mrs L Thompson, N Baird, D F Lane & Nineteen Fifty Four Syndicate (Mgr: D G McLaren)

WINS: 1(1255), 1(1000)

CAREER: 26:2-4-1

The first of the stable runners will see Kate’s Pearl compete in race six in a class 2, F and M handicap over 1200 m with Serg Lisnyy aboard jumping from barrier three as a $20 to 1 chance.

Last time out Kate’s Pearl finished fourth of 7/1100m at Wyong in a class three and is without a win this preparation, though she did place at Newcastle 1st up & is a winner at the distance.

Last start winner Oakfield Twilight will compete in race eight on the card to be partnered by Mitchell Bell in a B 71 handicap over 1400 m with the runner currently and nine dollar chance jumping from barrier seven.


6:45pm – Prosperity Advisers Group-Bm71 – Good(4) – 1400m – $30,000
Benchmark 71, Handicap (Min HCP Wgt: 54.00) – True position entire circuit

10. Oakfield Twilight

BARRIER: 7 AGE: 3yo SEX: g PRIZE: $28,745

WEIGHT: 55.5kg COLOUR: b WIN%: 25%

JOCKEY: Mitchell Bell SIRE: Zoffany (IRE) PLACE%: 50%

TRAINER: D Lane at Wyong DAM: Bally Aura (by Bellotto (USA)) API: 7.2

COLOURS: Pale green, yellow maltese cross, green sleeves and cap

OWNERS: B Mackenzie

WINS: 1(1350)

CAREER: 4:1-1-0

Last time out Oakfield Twilight finished first of 8/1350 m at Newcastle when competing in a maiden and removed the maiden tag with a 0.44 length win at odds, and comes into this with genuine early speed and will hopefully give back-markers something to chase.

Best of luck to connections on Saturday at Newcastle.

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