Damien Lane will take two runners to the Cessnock Wine Country Race Club meeting on Tuesday, 20th of May,  with the track at this stage graded a Dead 4.

The first of those runners will be seen in race five in a maiden plate over 1350 m with Golden Court jumping from barrier four with Serg Lisnyy in charge.

Golden Court is a four-year-old gelding having his third start this time in after running at the tail of the field at Taree early April, then Damian sent him back for a trial at Wyong and was last seen at Cessnock over 1570 m with the gelding running fifth of 9, 4.80 lengths off the winner.

The final runner for the Lane Yard will be Barstow wearing saddle cloth nine jumping from barrier one in a class one handicap over 1350 with Serg Lisnyy in charge.

Barstow is a four-year-old mare having start number seven, and is third up this preparation following a fifth of seven at Cessnock over 1150m followed by an  11 of 14 at Gosford over 1200 m finishing seven lengths from the winner Sugar Rush on that occasion.

The stable wishes all connections the best of luck for Tuesday.


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