Damien Lane will supply two runners in the form of All But Gone and Johnny Roo Boy to the Grafton Clarence River Jockey Club meeting on Thursday, July 13 with fine conditions forecast racing on a good (4).

The first of the stable runners will see All But Gone compete in a class six set weights plate over 1200m with Jason Taylor aboard jumping from barrier three.

5 year old bay or brown gelding (15-10-2011) Sire: Haradasun Dam: Ionica (Commands) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Superhorse Trust
Owners: D F Lane & Miss K J Law
Colours: Blue And White Quarters, Blue Sleeves, Red Cap

All But Gone is a five-year-old Bay or Brown Gelding having raced on 18 occasions, a winner of five & placed three times for prize money exceeding $102,000.

Last time out he raced at Warwick Farm on May 3 finishing 11 of 12 with Blaike Mcdougall aboard arriving 5.7 lengths behind Vain Elaine.

Race 8 on the card will see the Sir James Kirby handicap over a thousand metres with last start winner, Johnny Roo Boy to be ridden by Jason Taylor jumping from barrier two with a field of 14 to run.

6 year old bay gelding (23-10-2010) Sire: Henny Hughes (USA) Dam: She’s a Nightmare (Night Shift (USA)) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Mr J Hirsch
Owners: J Hirsch & E Hirsch
Colours: Gold, Black Motif, Collar And Sleeves, Gold And Black Motif Cap

Johnny Roo Boy is a six-year-old Bay gelding having won on six occasions and placed 17 times from 36 starts earning prize money exceeding $161,000.

Last time out he won at Muswellbrook, on a heavy nine over thousand metres when Jean Van Overmeire aboard arriving 2.66 lengths in advance of Bonita in a time of 1:00.58.

Best of luck to connections with their runners at Grafton on Thursday.

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